BRENÉ BROWN'S 

DARE TO LEAD WORKSHOP

DARE TO LEAD WORKSHOP OVERVIEW

The organizations of the future are built on brave, courageous leaders. The financial cost to organizations that lack courage includes obvious things like productivity, but the hidden costs are even more insidious in things like watering down a bold strategy, lack of creative solutions, and the inability to execute on strategy.

 

The good news is that courageous leadership can be operationalized so that it’s observable, teachable, and measurable. This workshop, based on the research of Dr. Brené Brown, introduces participants to the 4 skill sets of courageous leadership. For more on the research of Brené Brown, https://brenebrown.com

 

Participants will practice the toolset needed to operationalize a courageous workplace. We'll delve into areas where shame hides in the workplace, how armor shows up, and then practice skills to neutralize these behaviors. Successful completion of the program earns participants certification and a 'Dare to Lead Trained' digital badge.

YOUR ORGANIZATIONAL CHALLENGES

  • Need more daring, courageous leaders in our organization.

  • Productivity and innovation are lacking.

OUTCOMES

  • Skills and language to introduce daring leadership into your organization.

  • Individual self-awareness for values and emotional reactions.

  • Specific language for having difficult conversations and giving/receiving feedback.

  • Understanding of the importance of boundary setting, and how to hold a boundary.

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

  • Articulate the definition of a leader as someone who takes responsibility for finding the potential in people or processes and has the courage to develop that potential.

  • Learn that daring leadership requires four sets of skills that can be learned: rumbling with vulnerability, living into our values, braving trust, and learning to rise.

  • Begin practicing how to ask for what you need, set boundaries, and reach out for support.

TIMEFRAME

  • Timebox: 8 weeks

  • 1 hour keynote to introduce Dare to Lead concept to stakeholders.

  • 2 - one-hour prep meetings to discuss specific goals and challenges and logistics.

  • 3 day Dare to Lead workshop with up to 18 participants.  (24h of materials can be divided into day configurations)

  • 1 - one-hour retrospective with stakeholders after the workshop.

  • 2 - one-hour follow-up group coaching forums with participants to process materials as they are incorporated into real life.  6 weeks and 12 weeks post-workshop.  Not to exceed 4 months post-workshop.

INVESTMENT

  • Time:  See above - 3 day workshop with pre-work and post-work.

  • $10,000 + travel if in person

  • 1-hour keynote as a standalone: $3,000

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