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Ask for dissenting and contrasting viewpoints when you want candor. If employees are reluctant to be honest, ask the question this way: “What’s one thing I could have done on that project that would have made your efforts more successful?” Takeaway: When you don’t hear dissent, you cut off your best chance of seeing and correcting problems as they arise.
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