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Is Fear the Only Reason Employees Don’t Speak Up?

Usually when an article is titled with a yes/no question and uses the word “only,” the answer is “no,” so you can see where this is going. In a quick post at his blog, Mark Graban asks this question and the answer may (not) surprise you. No, fear is not the only reason why employees do not speak up at work. In fact, statistically it seems a sense of futility is the culprit more than a sense of fear. Have you ever thought about bringing up a valid criticism but then relented, thinking, “Nah, what difference would it make anyway?” Well, there ya go. You can view the full post here: http://www.leanblog.org/2015/11/is-fear-the-only-reason-employees-dont-speak-up/

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