Trust and transparency are important for the effective management and leadership

Trust and transparency are important for the effective management and leadership

Trust and transparency are important for the effective management and leadership of health care organizations. What are the personal, organisational and systems challenges leaders face in achieving these two attributes?
the paper should discuss the importance of trust and transparency to effective governance, strategic decision making, staff engagement and organisational reputation.
the paper will include referenced definitions of all key concepts discussed and the discussion about the importance of trust and transparency must be supported with reference to relevant academic literature.
As this is about leadership in health it is expected that the discussion and any specific examples on the health context.
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