When Employees Are Afraid to Speak Up, Organizations Suffer

A new study lead by VitalSmarts Cochairman and Cofounder Joseph Grenny and Vice President of Research David Maxfield found that a scant 1 percent of employees feel “extremely confident” when it comes to voicing their concerns in the workplace at critical moments. Furthermore, a third of employees say their organizations do no promote or support holding crucial conversations.

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