Open comms | Fearne Cotton says she was sacked 'without being told' - why a lack of transparency can stunt your firm

Fearne Cotton says she was sacked 'without being told' - why a lack of transparency can stunt your firm

Transparency and communication are incredibly important in the functioning of an organisation, especially during times of change. This open communication is needed to build trust, create positive alignment in the organisation, and foster engagement and retention.

When changes occur and they aren’t properly communicated, this can have a major impact on the morale and motivation of staff, as employees can perceive this lack of transparency as them not being included in important changes and may feel overlooked.

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