2: Be Open and Honest

|  November 12, 2013 |

Mitch Cox (left) discusses a sitework with Raymond McBride, president of Mitch Cox Construction and Scotty Lane, senior superintendent.

Mitch Cox (left) discusses a sitework with Raymond McBride, president of Mitch Cox Construction and Scotty Lane, senior superintendent.

Although it’s your company, you should want your employees to be interested and invested in the well-being of the firm. They’re never going to be able to do that unless you tell them what’s going on. Instituting transparency is a direct path to gaining the loyalty and trust of your people. If they feel they know what you know, they’re more likely to consider themselves part of a team.

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