Evaluate transparency with a combination of self-assessment and reflection on the team's collective performance.
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Transparency in the workplace means that all aspects of business are open and visible for everyone in the organization to see or be a part of, nothing is secret. A company should be transparent for example about its financial situation, board meetings, failures and successes in order to create clarity for everyone in the organization. In order for a company to be truly transparent it is important that communication and honesty are high on the agenda.
How to achieve transparency in the workplace? Communication is key. It is the foundation to creating a transparent structure and organization. Sharing ideas, knowledge, positive feedback, improvements or results between everyone can avoid potential problems and solve any issues that arise. Employees should be able to access all different kinds of documentation and information and nothing should be off limits. This can create trust between all members of the organization and increase everyone's knowledge of business affairs allowing them to work effectively. Delegating responsibility to others can also create transparency. It can shorten the decision making process, make employees feel more valued and respected. This can motivate employees to accomplish tasks and succeed.
The benefits of having a transparent work environment are that it can help to build and increase trust between employees and employers, as well as between colleagues. Trust is built through honesty and clear communication. Employees are more likely to feel appreciated if they trust their employer and in turn, actually want to work hard and achieve the business’s goals. Transparency helps to make sure that everyone is on the same page and knows what is happening in the company. This can help them to work more effectively and get more of an overview of the business, enabling them to deliver better work.