To strengthen your team, embrace your failures
Research from Harvard University's Alison Wood Brooks says that failing to share how we've failed (and talking up our accomplishments too much) triggers "malicious envy" in peers. Such envy creates dysfunctional behavior as peers, or even direct reports, seek to tear down and undermine the successful leader, even while considering unethical means to do so as justified. It also leads employees to behave less cooperatively and disrupts a sense of teamwork.
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