The Upside Of COVID: A License To Risk And Fail

Transparency is the currency of leadership. Being truthful and helping others be heard builds trust and long-term relationships. For example, Nina Chang, Associate General Counsel of Neo4j, discusses lagom, a Swedish word meaning “just the right amount.” Incorporating the principles of lagom into the corporate culture and everyday practices such as contract negotiations leads to a more transparent culture, happy stakeholders, and satisfied customers. Ultimately being transparent allows all of us to show up as ourselves, have honest conversations, and be of service. Why not try that sometimes?

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