Encourage your team to feel comfortable coming to you with their mistakes and shortcomings by admitting your mistakes and shortcomings as a leader, first.
Kill the culture of “nice”: This is how you create a positive work environment
Claire Lew

It is essential that everyone gets onboard with this quickly, especially if there is already a feeling that shortcomings are not tolerated. This is particularly important in senior leadership. If your senior team runs counter to your openness and honesty, then the rest of the staff team receive conflicting messages.

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