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Tiffany's Epiphanies: Why We Need More Vulnerability in the Workplace

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After speaking at countless corporate organizations, I've realized that many people put up a facade at work that everything is great because they don't want their coworkers or bosses to think they can't handle their job. But the truth is, if the people who work for you can't be honest and vulnerable, you can't maximize their talent. One of the most important things managers can do is to create an environment in which people can be more human -- where they can admit they made a mistake or admit they're drowning, so that you can drive them to solutions to those challenges instead of driving them to burnout.

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