A woman who is genuine possesses specific positive beliefs and values. These are based on experience and prior learning. She is willing to adjust her beliefs and values as she matures and grows as a person. She is authentic, which means she conforms to her values and beliefs which enhances others’ trust, reliance, and belief in her.
Interested in diving deeper into how to become a more genuine leader? Check out these additional resources:
- The Power of Vulnerability (TedTalk)
- Daring Greatly: How the Courage to Be Vulnerable Transforms the Way We Live, Love, Parent, and Lead (Book)
- Self Guided Core Values Assessment (Online Activity)
- Think Authenticity is About Being Honest and Open? Think Again (Online Article)
- More Brené Brown (website)