The Wake-up Call To Be Straightforward

Subir Chowdhury

A director I was consulting with always expected people to come to him.  He really believed – like a lot of senior level executives – that no news was good news, and people would come to him if there was a problem.

But problems were not getting resolved – so he asked me to help him figure out why the company was not meeting its goals.

Interestingly, he did not include his own team members in the conversation!

 

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