Don’t Slam People’s Fingers in Your Open Door Policy

Blanchard LeaderChat

Open door policyHave you ever had a leader or associate mention that if you ever needed them, their door was always open? And it was. But it turned out later, they were never in there. Or, they were in there, but they were always busy, maybe because they were studying spreadsheets or some other stimulating thing. Or, when you finally got a chance to talk to them they made it clear that they didn’t really share your perspective on whatever the issue was.

In an extreme case, maybe they actually punished you for offering an opinion that they didn’t want to hear. In fact, at some point in the “conversation” you actually wished you could close that open door, because with it open, the whole world could overhear the public flogging you were receiving for voicing your honest opinion.

Ever been there?

For starters, decide that you are not going to behave…

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