When I first started taking the journey into people management within tech, I was overcome with a fear of needing to know everything. Obviously this mindset is simply absurd - nobody (at any level) can possibly know everything. Sure you will get some people who are able to remember more and can push the boundaries of knowledge retention, but we all have our knowledge black-spots that can only be filled by others of greater experience until we learn the ropes ourselves.
By learning to step out of my comfort zone and expose some of my vulnerabilities, I have been able to massively improve my career, happiness and respect within my working environment. It has also led to opening up a much greater growth mindset than before, providing me with many more opportunities to explore.
In this podcast, the first I've ever done, I touch on my own experiences and share my views on why I think being vulnerable (and sometimes not) is important for a healthy way of working as a leader (or any level for that matter).