When we think of vulnerability, we think of problems. In software we think of a mistake ─ a way for people to hack in. When we think of vulnerability in people, we think of weaknesses. But, the reality is that in the workplace vulnerability is quite a big strength.
In this episode of The Future in 5, I talk about embracing vulnerability in the workplace. When we think of vulnerability, we think of problems. In software we think of a mistake -- a way for people to hack in.
Do you walk through your office doors each morning with a bounce in your step and a sense of anticipation about the day ahead? Or do you drag your feet and feel weighed down by that feeling of dread that's tugging at your heart?
As I travel the country consulting with firms from varying sectors of our economy, it seems to me that in many organizations the canary has stopped singing and the organizational climate has become toxic.
Someone who likes their job 75 percent of the time is probably doing vastly better than average, so here are a five ways we can keep public sector employees -- and, really, anyone in the workforce -- interested, happy and productive.