Research findings presented in Brené Brown’s most recent New York Times best seller, Dare to Lead, indicate that as we look to the future of leadership, “we need braver leaders and more courageous cultures.” My upcoming leadership webinar will demonstrate the findings that courage is a skillset that is teachable, measurable, and observable. I will present the four skillsets that make up courage – what we all are being called on to learn and become better at as well as develop in areas that many of us want to avoid. These skillsets include: 1) being more vulnerable; 2) digging deep into and live ever-more grounded in our values; 3) doing the work to develop real, authentic trusting relationships; and 4) accepting that we are not going to do any of it perfectly. These four skillsets direct us to chart a new course rather than give up or protect ourselves from ever falling again. We have to accept that “if we are brave enough, often enough, we are going to fall,” and that we can learn to rise after those falls and keep going. This leadership webinar will position us for the future and that those of us who enter the arena in life and work as leaders must learn to embrace our humanness and practice new ways of showing up.
Who Should Attend: Leaders who want to determine if Dare to Lead training is a good fit for them; anyone responsible for developing quality leaders or bringing leadership training into organizations; anyone interested in assessing whether a leadership program based on cutting edge research is a good fit for an organization’s needs.
Key Take-Aways: In addition to getting a taste of the skills that need to be developed, the daring leadership webinar participants will receive two tools (Engaged Feedback Checklist and the BRAVING Trust Inventory), as well as an overview information sheet and contact information about the overall program.
Join us on September 24th, 2020 from 1-2 p.m. EDT when Laura Sharon, a Certified Dare to Lead™ Facilitator, offers us an overview of the full Dare to Lead training program, and provides us a few take-aways to help us get started on the journey. See details: A Taste of Dare To Lead™ (DTL)
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