-Identify three initiatives that we as managers/leader could implement to promote the asking of questions within the specific corporate culture
-What might be three signs that there is a need for retraining of staff to promote question asking within your corporate culture?
-Is setting timelines for goals is an effective means of assessing accountability for staff?
-Is there need to set timelines that are premature of the actual established goal?
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Identify three initiatives that we as managers/leader could implement to promote the asking of questions within the specific corporate culture
Three initiatives that managers can implement to promote the asking of questions include:
1. Have an open door policy. Allow staff members to come into your office to ask questions or voice concerns without the fear of being fired or reprimanded for their concerns.
2. Asking employees to share their thoughts and ideas for new services or products for the company via suggestion cards/suggestion box, and/or scheduling a meeting to discuss any suggested ideas or topics.
3. "Schedule a meeting with all of the employees involved, asking them to bring with them lists of what they consider to be the top five areas in which they feel more training is needed. Share the lists as well as your own observations.
What might be three signs that there is a need for retraining of staff to ...
This solution provides initiatives that management should implement to promote questions, signs of trainings required in an organization, and a means of providing timelines for established goals.