by Anja Uitdehaag
At work, we are programmed to act as if we know what we are doing, even in moments when we have no clue.
Managers and employees often act from the shared belief that being vulnerable at work is not acceptable, that it will result in perceptions of incompetence, lack of confidence and consequently a poor performance review.
We are often afraid to be vulnerable because it is associated with weakness. However it is a commonly experienced human feeling. None of us are exempt from feeling vulnerable at times. Continue reading
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Maria Sara Bartiromo (born September 11, 1967) is an American television journalist, magazine columnist and author of three books.
“The 10 Laws of Enduring Success” draws on the experiences of the thousands of executives Maria Bartiromo has interviewed over the years, as well as her own career and professional philosophy. Continue reading
Femsy finds it uncomfortable to deal with Billy, the most experienced and best performing Regional Sales Supervisor within her team.
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