Rules of Engagement: Guidlines for Effective Team Interaction (read more)

Navigate Your Team Through Conflict: 5 steps to follow – Even in a team that typically works well together conflict is inevitable. (read more)

Want Your Team Members to Contribute Their True Value? Follow These Five Steps To Create a Safe Space. (read more)

First Look: Leadership Books for January 2018 – Here’s a look at some of the best leadership books to be released in January.

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Align Your Team to a Common Purpose – As a project manager, you probably know that to get the best results your team must be aligned around a common purpose. (read more)


Leadershhip Is More Than Leading; It Is At Times, Letting Others Lead
What’s the difference between a boss and a leader? (read more)

The Power of Vulnerability Introduces a New Kind of Leadership. There’s an interesting new book for small business owners looking for fresh ideas on how to lead. (read more)

Three Keys To Finding Your Voice At Work — When high-potential teams are low performers, the solution may reside inside the team. (read more)

How to Create a Team of Leaders by Shifting Inward — according to Barry Kaplan and Jeff Manchester — the best way to lead is to step back. (read more)


Eight Guidelines For Effective Team Interaction – We all understand the guidelines, we honor them, forming a social contract for safety. We need to do the same at work. (read more)

Be a Highly Effective Entrepreneurial Team Leader by Allowing Your Vulnerability to Shine – the real secret to unleashing power as a leader lies in vulnerability. (read more)

This leadership hack is taking Boardrooms by storm – the importance of stepping back in order to lead, on the rise of psychological safety in organizations. (read more)

The State of Entrepreneurship – Creating Creativity – Creativity requires getting away from the daily grind of work, said Barry Kaplan. (read more)


Wharton Alumni Books Roundup: Winter 2018 – March 5, 2018. Recent books from Wharton authors on overcoming a failed startup, unleashing your potential, and more. (read more)

Common Purpose: The Key To Maximizing Your Team’s Performance – As a leader, you may have discovered that when your team is aligned around a common purpose, you get the best results. (read more)

As a leader, do you lack authenticity?  In this interview in Chief Executive magazine, we discuss why being open and vulnerable are important leadership traits. (read more)

In this Fast Company interview, we discuss the best way to deal with the fear of change.  The first step is to acknowledge that fear. (read more)

It’s common for startup leaders to feel that they need be involved in every project. But that type of micromanagement can be destructive.  Read more in (read more)

THE POWER OF VULNERABILITY is featured in this column in  By being vulnerable, you open new opportunities for yourself and your team. (read more)


In The Boss Magazine, we show leaders and teams how to unleash their full potential. (read more)

In our article in Bud to Boss, we explain why team members must experience open and authentic connections in order to unleash their full potential. (read more)

The power inside people can only truly be unleashed if they bring everything they have to their role … (read more)

Give yourself permission to lead – no matter what your job is.  In this article in, we explain that everyone has the capacity to lead. (read more)

“Authenticity in the workplace simply means ‘you being you’—but it is not always simple to bring to life.”  See our article in The CEO Magazine. (read more)

In our article for the Remote Leadership Institute, we present nine guidelines to help team members connect through open and honest dialogue. (read more)

Radio And Podcast Interviews

Think Outrageous – Ian Lamont and Barry Kaplan
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Co-Author of ‘The Power Of Vulnerability,’ and Partner at Shift180, Barry Kaplan joined #BoldBiz to tell us how vulnerabilty can improve our work! (listen here)

The Power of Vulnerability with Jeff Manchester – Episode 93 – The height of your team’s performance is directly related to the depth of connection among its members. (listen here)

Segment 2: Barry Kaplan is an expert in organizational development and leadership of people and teams.
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TRAINING INSIGHTS EPISODE 21: THE POWER OF VULNERABILITY. A chat with business management consultant Jeff Manchester.
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Barry Kaplan shares with us how he and Jeffrey Manchester authored. The Power of Vulnerability. (listen here)

Barry Kaplan explains how leaders can release the full power of their organizations by being their authentic selves — opening their hearts and revealing their fears. (listen here)

Barry Kaplan talks about his working relationship with Jeff Manchester and discusses how and why they wrote THE POWER OF VULNERABILITY. (listen here)

In this interview, Barry Kaplan says that by shedding the burden of having to be “right” all the time, leaders will have a newfound freedom to explore the bigger picture. (listen here)

LEVERAGED BUYOUT TECHNIQUES with The Power Of Vulnerability – Barry Kaplan
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