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March 16, 2012

“Vulnerability is the Birthplace of Innovation and Change”

by Chris Lindholm

Thanks to @DCheesebrow I ran across this powerful Ted Talks video presented by Brene Brown titled “Listening to Shame.”  Shame isn’t a frequently mentioned topic in discussions around leadership, however the picture she paints of this “epidemic” seems to breath deeply into the work of leading in the public sector.  Effectively leading with noticeable authenticity demands a character rooted in vulnerability – the “birthplace of innovation and change.”  One must address shame to be vulnerable.  Whether we can and/or will admit and talk about it, this message hits mighty close to home for all of us…

 

http://ted.com/talks/view/id/1391

 

How do you hold yourself accountable to addressing shame and leading with authentic vulnerability?

 

 

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