30. Practice Transparency.

With appropriate respect for confidentiality, share information freely. Learn to ask yourself, “Who else needs to know this?” The more people know, the better we can collaborate, and the better we can serve our customers

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Marc’s message: Imagine for a moment if there was no transparency. What a dark and ugly world that would be. Everyone hoarding their own thoughts ...
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Jim’s message: Transparency in business is clear, unhindered honesty in interactions with colleagues and customers. Transparency is a necessity in our daily work. It enables ...
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Tim’s Message: To me, transparency in a company means openness, communication, accountability, and trust. Not only is transparency important in business, but in all successful ...
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Chris’ Message: Transparency is ingrained in the Famous Supply culture. It starts with our monthly conference calls, branch meetings, and 1-2-1s where the flow ...
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