Vulnerability and Leadership

Failing with a smile. Embracing failure as learning.

Vulnerability is a key to growth. We can only grow when we are willing to allow ourselves to be vulnerable and to push outside our comfort zones. This is a tough concept for successful people to embrace. Success tends to expand the comfort zone and makes people increasingly reluctant to exercise vulnerability. Those that don’t allow themselves to be vulnerable limit their ability to learn. Those that are willing to be vulnerable, don’t…

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Brian is the founder and CEO of Groove Management and LeaderSurf two human capital consulting firms. He believes strongly in the power of experiential learning.

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Brian Formato

Brian Formato

Brian is the founder and CEO of Groove Management and LeaderSurf two human capital consulting firms. He believes strongly in the power of experiential learning.

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