Essential Guide to Creating a Speak Up! Culture

Whitepaper

Businesses are working against their own interests when ignoring problems and the individuals who raise them. Ample evidence exists as to 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, “[E]mployees who make concerns known help organizations thrive by identifying issues and providing opportunities to adapt, innovate, and avoid costly mistakes”.

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