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More Posts on Vulnerability
You don't have to wear a suit of armor every day to inspire your workforce. Instead, show your weaknesses and you'll have more people's trust and loyalty.
Sometimes what you say is less important than what you ask.
During last weekend's virtual draft, the league's largely unpopular commissioner showed fans a more relatable side of himself, and the players.
The autocratic leader is tolerated when survival is at stake but that style won't build a company over the long haul.
True leadership is about leading yourself first, knowing your impact and taking responsibility.
Being open about feelings and showing vulnerability helps in establishing a better connection with employees
Your team already knows you're flawed, so you actually gain when you admit you are.
It takes strength to be vulnerable.