One of my favorite leadership podcasts run by Olaf Kapinski – unfortunately in German – had a great episode recently, click this for Leben-Führen’s podcast.

Today, we’re reflecting on the 5 behaviors Olaf mentioned and add a great 6th one, which is very relevant as well.

The 6 behaviors we’re speaking about are:
  1. Being confidently relaxed
  2. Being decisive
  3. Being knowledgeable
  4. Being friendly
  5. Being curious
  6. Being vulnerable

Here’s the link to the TED talk by Brene Brown, which was watched already over 44 million times (status November 2019):

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