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The Benefits of Being Vulnerable in the Workplace
Updated: 5/20/2020
The Benefits of Being Vulnerable in the Workplace
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By Jonathan DeDomenico

Storyboard Text

  • Just another boring day.
  • We'll make calls to random people and companies asking if they want our product.
  • I think my idea is great, but I'm scared to say it.
  • The woman walks to work, just like any other day. She expects that she is just going to go with the flow and follow the boss' advice, as he is the one who makes all decisions on things regarding the company.
  • I think we should make an accessible website with advanced technology.
  • Today there is a meeting about how to gain more customers for the company. The boss has his own ideas for it and explains them to the employees, while they just listen.
  • You deserve a promotion!
  • The woman has come up with an idea that could get the company more clients, however she's really nervous that if she says it, her boss and employees won't like it and she'll get embarrassed and made fun of.
  • I'm so happy that being vulnerable has gotten me this far.
  • She tells herself that she should just be okay with being vulnerable and state her idea. She announces it, and her boss and colleagues love it! They want to use her idea and are proud of her for contributing.
  • The boss ends up loving her idea so much that he realizes how much good she can do for the company. He decides that he should give her a promotion.
  • As the the woman is walking home from work, she reflects on how happy and proud of herself she is that she decided to speak up with her ideas. She knows that by being vulnerable, good things can result.
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