Establishing a transparent workplace is essential for an organization’s success, increasing employee engagement, accountability, and efficiency. Transparency is not an all-access pass, but rather gives all employees selective, regular, and easy-to-understand information about the organization. Despite its complexities, some organizations fully understand how to create a culture of integrity, honesty, and open communication, while some greatly struggle. Learn more about the benefits, risks, and barriers of transparency, how to create a transparent workplace, the role of communication, and how you can play a pivotal part in your organization’s success.
About the author
Karly is a certified coach and strategist, trainer, and award-winning business gal. She has earned her Master’s in Arts in Organizational Leadership and has more than 15 years of business experience. Karly believes in others’ limitless potential and the incredible impact they can have within their organizations, communities, and the world. She is passionately devoted to helping others maximize their potential—in both their personal lives and in business. Karly currently owns a coaching and consulting practice and serves as an adjunct faculty member for higher education.