Sharing Vulnerability

Being vulnerable does not mean indiscriminately sharing fears and shortcomings. Instead, it means specifically being honest about your concerns about a project. Sharing vulnerability can also mean taking an honest look at how things went.

Sharing our own vulnerability about what we are concerned about or what we think could be improved creates an environment where others feel free to share their concerns as well.

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