How to Encourage Your Employees to Speak Up! and Your Managers to Listen Up!
Essential Guide to Creating a Speak Up! Culture
Businesses work against their interests when ignoring problems and the individuals who raise them. Ample evidence exists regarding the value of a “speak up” culture. For one, a “speak up” culture is directly related to ethical decision-making across the organization.
According to Notre Dame University’s Center for Ethical Leadership, “Employees who make concerns known help organizations thrive by identifying issues and providing opportunities to adapt, innovate, and avoid costly mistakes”.