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How to Help Employees be Vulnerable with Corey Blake

3 Key Points in this Episode:

  1. Leaders always set the stage.
  2. The environment that you create in your business is critical to allowing your people to be vulnerable and their authentic selves.
  3. The culture of your business requires an investment but has a financial reward.

Show Notes:

Episode 135: Be vulnerable and your authentic self.

This is advice you commonly hear but practically speaking how do you create an environment in your business where people genuinely feel comfortable being themselves and admitting when they are wrong or have made mistakes?

That is exactly what we will discuss in episode 135.

Bio of Today’s Guest

Prior to RTC, Corey starred in one of the 50 greatest Superbowl commercials. His work playing basketball naked earned Belding, Addy, and Cannes awards. Corey now helps leaders write the book they were born to write but he also created the Vulnerability Wall and the Vulnerability is Sexy card game.

You can reach Corey at RoundTableCompanies.com.


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Key Take Away

The key takeaway from today’s episode is that leaders always set the stage. The environment that you create in your business is critical to allowing your people to be vulnerable and their authentic selves. I loved how Corey has added the “culture” of his business to the Profit and Loss statement. In other words, not only is it a priority for Corey but it is an investment.

Next Episode

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