Dr. Floyd Williams en beBee in English, Education and Training, Business Founder • Dr. Floyd Williams Consulting 13/9/2018 · 1 min de lectura · +900

4 Reasons Employees Should Speak Their Minds

4 Reasons Employees Should Speak Their Minds

When it comes to using your voice in the workplace, it can be challenging to share your opinion and speak openly. Many people can become concerned that they’ll make a bad impression on others or share an idea that isn’t valued. However, it’s very important to get input from all employees if you want the business to improve. If you want to create a healthy workplace where your team can thrive, there are a few reasons employees should speak their minds and offer opinions on ways the company can improve.

Remove certain managers

Employees need to be able to speak their minds because it quickly reveals the attitude that managers have toward receiving input. Once team members begin to share their input, it can reveal specific managers who aren’t open to receiving ideas and believe their way is the best. Most managers who cannot accept input or feedback are those who will never apologize for their mistakes and don’t work well as a team. It can become clear who needs to be removed from management to ensure that everyone has a voice and that employees are treated fairly.

Allow employees to feel valued

It can be challenging for employees to feel valued and appreciated if they aren’t able to freely speak their minds in the workplace. Limiting their ability to be open and provide feedback or ideas can stifle the growth and success of the company, while also causing employees to feel undervalued. If your employees don’t have the freedom to share their thoughts, then they won’t remain loyal or committed to the company, which can lead to having a high turnaround rate. You’ll need to ask for their opinion and communicate that you want to hear what they have to say to encourage an environment where everyone is treated fairly.

Avoid common mistakes

More mistakes are likely to occur for those who aren’t willing to get more ideas and opinions from all of their team members. If you only have your own perspective or experience, it can be easy to have blind spots. By valuing everyone’s opinion, it can allow you to avoid costly mistakes or accidents that could easily be prevented.

Get to know your team

By relying on other people in the workplace, you can get to know your team and know what to expect as they show consistency with speaking their minds. More trust will be established between employees, which allows everyone to work better and for the productivity to increase.

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Louise Smith 15/9/2018 · #4

Wish I'd experienced this !

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nice story here, much enjoyed!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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Debasish Majumder 14/9/2018 · #2

lovely insight @Dr. Floyd Williams! enjoyed read and shared. thank you for the buzz.

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Jerry Fletcher 14/9/2018 · #1

Dr. Williams, True enough as long as the team and leader are on the same page with regard to who makes the decisions and what the expectations of the team members are once a decision has been made.

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