Vulnerability as a leadership skill

Being vulnerable is often thought of as being a disadvantage in the business world, but Ori Brafman, author of “Click: The Magic of Instant Connections,” says it can actually be one of the best way to engender trust with employees in this Entrepreneur Thought Leader Lecture, given at Stanford University. Instead of giving power away, it creates a binding, deep relationship within the workplace, one that also gives managers a “soft power” that they can use to keep the company running.


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