Talking about vulnerabilities

Sharing my work and life openly and often in a vulnerable form is not unusual here.  I talk openly about my introversion, imposter syndrome, support I need, my 'slow learning', reflector/evaluator mind set etc.  So I consider myself a representative example of expressing vulnerability and a good person to talk about it.  It's a topic that is close to my heart.  In fact it is the strapline to my blog 'Beware of my openness!' - more about what that means in 'Why openness is good'.

Recently in my organisation we have been talking about vulnerabilities as a leadership/cultural approach.  But I don't think we have a common understanding of what it means to be, how to express it and the benefits it brings to other individuals, teams and the organisation. 

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