Spiral of silence

Law Technology Daily Digest

Vol. 20, No. 186

This post really resonated with me in two major ways: my work life and my association life. Shane Parrish writes, “Our desire to fit in with others means we don’t always say what we think. We only express opinions that seem safe.” One of my great manager moments has always been when I can get someone new to take a stance opposite mine or disagree with me. It indeed means that they do feel comfortable and secure in their role. The second has been when a small faction inside an organization rise to power and create an environment where free opinions cannot be expressed. The first you want to achieve and the second you want to prevent or break when you find it. Find out how the spiral of silence works and how to discover what people really think by reading more at Farnam Street: The Spiral of Silence

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