Vulnerability and Building Trust in Leadership

Revealing Vulnerability, a Courageous Leadership Action by Sandra Ford Walston

Attempting to manipulate the process makes it harder for us all. What are the results you are trying to achieve? Are you willing to invite a level of self-awareness that lives in the courageous action displayed when you reveal vulnerability, and do you have the capacity to receive it? Or does manipulation have a hold on your spirit?

Read more on vulnerability, leadership and obtaining inner peace >>

Richard Branson on Yahoo’s Decision Not to Allow Telecommuting

“This seems a backwards step in an age when remote working is easier and more effective than ever. If you provide the right technology to keep in touch, maintain regular communication and get the right balance between remote and office working, people will be motivated to work responsibly, quickly and with high quality.

Working life isn’t 9-5 anymore.

The world is connected. Companies that do not embrace this are missing a trick.”  Read more reaction to Yahoo!’s announcement to ban telecommuting >>
— This Month’s favorite blogs:

* Howard Schultz Connection & Leadership
* 3 Examples of Great Leadership
* 5 Leadership Traits CEOs Admire

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