Being 'vulnerable' is key to Arizona Diamondbacks' successfully replacing leaders

Clinical Professor of Management and Entrepreneurship Minu Ipe is the Knowledge Enterprise Architect and Senior Fellow for Leadership and Institutional Design at Arizona State University. In these roles, she leads multiple leadership programs at W. P. Carey and is an adviser to ASU President Michael Crow. So, she knows a thing or two about guiding people.

That's why she was asked how showing vulnerability fits into leadership development for an article March 27, 2019, in azcentral.com:

It fits in exactly. When you are actually vulnerable with the group, it builds trust without anybody officially making statements about building trust. It’s helped us tremendously. I couldn’t be more in favor of creating those spaces where people can be vulnerable together.

– Clinical Professor of Management and Entrepreneurship Minu Ipe, who is the Knowledge Enterprise Architect and Senior Fellow for Leadership and Institutional Design




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