Speaking Truth to Power

Speak Up

You only have to look at the growing list of corporate scandals to see just how important and urgent it is for organizations to tackle this widespread inability to speak truth to power. Revelations of financial misconduct at Wells Fargo, the emissions scandal at VW, allegations of doping in the Athletics World to name just a few, all highly damaging incidents that have ruined hard-won reputations, blighted brand credibility and sent share prices plummeting.

And of course, we’ve also had the never-ending stream of allegations of sexual harassment which have affected industries from fashion to finance and sent shock waves through the corridors of government and the charity sector.

Add all these factors together and it becomes clear that organizations and the people who work within them need help navigating the power and politics of conversations at work.


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