When We Explain Why


When we tell people why there is a hazard, decision, or rule it creates the opportunity for alignment.  We can share in taking responsibility.  If we simply state, ‘do not walk here,’ it creates questions.  But if we tell people that the cliff is eroded and fallen into the sea then we might agree that it is a wise to take precautions.


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