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It’s a natural to share good news and leave out the bad. Scrolling through social media will be testament to that — a slideshow of new houses, lavish vacations, exciting promotions and fabulous parties. We see this at work, too. Stories abound of new and exciting startups where everything seems to be going swimmingly. But then, surprise, the company goes bankrupt and employees and investors are left scratching their heads, wondering what happened. As leaders, we have to be transparent with team members and investors about the good and bad.