Episode 27

Vulnerability in the workplace is the root of authentic leadership.

by | Dec 21, 2021 | Leadership

It’s a well-known fact that people who are vulnerable are more likely to be liked, trusted, and respected. They make better leaders because they are open to feedback, willing to admit mistakes, and able to connect with others on an emotional level.


Sannah Vinding



Zoë Routh

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Zoë Routh

Australia’s Leadership Expert, Author of
Book of the Year “People Stuff” l Speaker l Mentor l Strategist 

Owner of Inner Compass

If we’re not learning from what didn’t work, then we are not progressing.

Contact Zoë via Linkedin or check out her website: zoerouth.com

Zoë Routh talks about how vulnerability and openness are two key leadership qualities that are often lacking in today’s organizations. She also talks about how you can practice workplace transparency and how we need to expand our perspective (deep and wide perspective). One way is to dive deep below the surface is to use a visual representation called a “problem tree” which helps people understand complex issues by breaking them down into smaller parts.

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