As Certified Dare To Lead™ Facilitators, we develop and deliver public and custom courses and workshops, specialising in Brené Brown's Dare To Lead™, Daring Greatly™ and Rising Strong™ curricula. For organisations, companies, schools, sports teams, and any one interested in being braver at work and life.
Personal, one-on-one coaching designed to build your courage muscles in the areas of: brave leadership, taking a leap, finding your purpose, business startups, planning, productivity, wellness and self care. Dare To Lead™ coaching also available.
We love engaging rooms full of curious, creative wholehearted type on the topics of daring leadership, building courageous cultures, productivity, planning and taking leaps. From a keynote on answering your call to courage, to lunch and learn on building trust, to breakout rising strong session, we can help your event be braver.
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Through her leadership research reported in her book Dare To Lead™, social researcher Dr Brené Brown identified ten behaviours and cultural issues that get in the way of becoming a daring leader and building courage cultures:
Anti-racist: those who speak and act in ways that advance racial equity in society; the act of interrupting racism. Source Since early June 2020, in the wake of international #BlackLivesMatters protests responding to the horrific violence against Black Americans, I realised just how little I know about racism in my own country of Australia, and […]