Keeping open the lines of communication is more important than ever.

by Laura Brinton

Weekly Culture Wins

“Clued-in Leaders” and “Clued-in Employees” are two critical culture drivers organizations tend to struggle with in times of great change. And that’s when keeping open the lines of communication matters most. When employees believe senior leaders are out of the loop, it’s harder for them to connect with the organization. And when leaders really aren’t clued-in to what’s happening, they’re missing valuable insight from those closest to the customer: their employees.

These field guides offer quick tips, big-picture ideas, and what to watch out for: Clued-In Leaders and Clued-In Employees

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