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Possible interpretations when a leader says 'my door is always open'

Possible interpretations when a leader says 'my door is always open'

“If you are wondering why others aren’t speaking up more, first ask yourself how you are inadvertently silencing them.”  The problem with saying 'my door is always open'  is that that is now how others necessarily see it.  A two-year research study, including interviews with over 60 senior executives, as well as workshops and case studies, illuminates a glaring blind spot: We simply don’t appreciate how risky it can feel for others to speak up.

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