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October 23, 2012

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I completely agree with this thought. I feel that organizational leaders have an obligation to others to be honest and up front, and as a leader I try my best to be real with others in communication. Great post!

Real is Rare!!
I agree but it seems the business world not really agrees with you and me.
Just see the Apple case.
SAMSUNG and especially cheap chinese companies are ripping them off.
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Hi Lhane, yes you are right. I think this common failing leads to greater victim-itis.

The real problem starts with the "ego" of of the supervisors. A study published in the FBI Lae Enforcement Bulletin in December 2011, explained that supervisors were great at pointing fingers as bad performance, but horrible asking subordinates about thier own performance. Therefore, we wonder why our team members withhold information, or don't believe the next big idea. To open up the communicaiton pipeline we have to first ask our teams what we are doing right and where we need to improve. There may not be a "I" in team, but there is an "I" in pride.

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