Tuesday, January 5, 2016
Authenticity, transparency, and vulnernability
Transparency though is tougher because it means our flaws are shared.
And that leads us to vulnerability - which is what we are most afraid of.
When we feel vulnerable we are exposed.
Before you can be authentic and even transparent with your students, you must first be willing to be vulnerable, to be exposed for what you are not.
Know who you are, accept who you are, be who you are, and you have the potential to develop a meaningful relationship with your students and families that is built on trust.