Dr. Brené Brown, a research professor at the University of Houston and four-time New York Times best-selling author, spent years researching leadership and organizational cultures.
Based on her research, Brené developed Dare to Lead – an empirically based courage-building program. Brené wrote in her 2018 book Dare to Lead, “There was one answer across the interviews: We need braver leaders and more courageous cultures.”Dare to Lead includes facilitation, self-reflection, practical activities, and short videos hosted by Brené on the four teachable, observable, and measurable courage skill sets:
• Rumbling with Vulnerability
• Living into our Values
• Braving Trust
• Learning to Rise
Daring leaders are self-aware, know how to have hard conversations, hold themselves and others accountable, build trust, lead with empathy and connection, take smart risks that lead to innovation, reset quickly after disappointments and setbacks, and give and receive feedback – especially when it’s tough.
The Colbourne Institute for Inclusive Leadership welcomes you to a thought-provoking Brené Brown session, led by Certified Dare to LeadTM Facilitator, Laurie Hillis. With an MA in Leadership and well-known in the Edmonton community, Laurie is a Certified Dare to LeadTM Facilitator and the Canadian Case Consultant for the Daring WayTM community. She’s used this work in her keynotes, workshops, and 1:1 coaching to support individuals and teams in living courageous lives, professionally and personally.
Join us to hear how to become a daring leader!
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