Why you should let your employees speak their minds

05/20/2013 | Inc. online (free registration)

As the leader of your company, you should let your employees know it's OK to have their own points of view and express their disagreement, writes Janine Popick. "Being part of the big idea or a collaborative process means everyone speaks up, shares and takes risks," she writes. Most employees won't be upset if you decide to go in a different direction as long as they know you have listened to what they have to say, she writes.

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