Introduce yourself; offer your educational and professional background as well as any other interesting things you care to share. Next, offer your perspective on transparency. In Chapter 3 of their book Trust and Betrayal in the Workplace, Reina and Reina suggest that although one might “assume that they are obligated to share only what they need to complete specific tasks or projects” (p.45), this couldn’t be further from the truth.
Considering the statement above, discuss why leaders might provide information about their activities and decision making, even when employees may not be directly affected? Do you support this notion? Explain why or why not.