Leadership Tip of the Week
The more you behave and communicate authentically the more you will be able to drive breakthroughs around you.
This could mean acknowledging that something is not working, taking responsibility for not living up to your commitment or simply being vulnerable and expressing how you really feel.
Part of being authentic is allowing yourself to be vulnerable – not pretending like you have it all together. Not thinking you have to know everything; have all the answers.
Being authentic takes courage, but when you are it energizes and liberates you as a leader, team member and person. And, it inspires others to behave the same.