Practice vulnerability with the people you can trust at your workplace


  1. Practice vulnerability with boundaries.
    It's okay to be vulnerable, but think about what information you are sharing and with whom you are sharing that information. Ask yourself, is the sharing productive? Is it appropriate? Is it necessary?

  2. Share your purpose with the people at your workplace and encourage them to share their drive behind leading.
    Share your story and your reason behind leading with people at your workplace. Help them understand your purpose, your passion, and your commitment to your work. This will encourage them to share their respective stories and might even help someone discover their calling.

  3. Trust others to fully embrace vulnerability.
    Use your discretion while placing your trust in an individual or a group. Gestures of genuine care and attention are your guiding light on the path of trusting someone. Remember, trust and vulnerability go hand in hand.


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