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Chapter 10. Sharing Perspectives with Ot... > Four Principles for Group Dialogue

Four Principles for Group Dialogue

Encouraging people to feel safe enough to be candid is a leadership challenge. Creating an environment that supports authenticity brings out the most productive thinking because people say what they know and how they feel. They don’t feel the need to hide behind roles. Follow these operating principles to help promote a productive group dialogue:

Clarify Ground Rules and a Common Purpose

When you convene a dialogue group, identify common interests worthy of the considerable time required to think together effectively. The purpose may be strategic issues at work, or issues that concern everyone such as:


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