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I am in a leadership position at work. My style is to acknowledge that everyone has flaws, starting with me; that our work together is a series of problems to solve and issues to overcome together, and that it's okay to be flawed and everyone is allowed to be human. At the same time, everyone's expected to deal above the table, support each other, and do our collective and individual best every day. This works well, but a couple of people mistake this style for weakness and they use it as an opportunity to disrespect me or to outshine their teammates. What's the best respond when it comes up? It doesn't make sense to say, get over yourself and be flawed like the rest of us!