Business leaders have traditionally been advised to weed out any vulnerabilities within them. In case, it remains incurable, this vulnerability must not emerge out in the open. The term has always been used in negative connotations for business news headlines. Yet, a recent study by Emma Seppala claims that instead of hiding them, business leaders would be well advised to demonstrate their vulnerabilities in the open. Business research conducted by the Macquarie Graduate School of Management in Australia proves that such behavior inspires teams. Hiding information also goes against the principle of authenticity. Greater bonds are also fostered within the ranks by showing the true self. And unlike the usually held belief, team members tend to feel hopeful, not fearful, in front of vulnerable leaders.


Uploaded Date:19 January 2018

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