5 edition of Dare to Lead found in the catalog.
Source title: Dare to Lead: Brave Work. Tough Conversations. Whole Hearts.
|Statement||Random House Large Print|
|Publishers||Random House Large Print|
|LC Classifications||Jul 23, 2019|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 96 p. :|
|Number of Pages||81|
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But also, Dare to Lead people accountable to seek support. What can we do better? Practise multiplication We know this is a difficult time for some people. Several years ago, I was working with a group of rocket scientists actual ones. Empathy is the opposite of shame. Too much shame and blame, not enough accountability and learning. She has profoundly inspired our Dare to Lead leaders to design in and embrace vulnerability, rather than engineer it out. Use the BRAVING Inventory to break it down into specific behaviors you can address.
Several tools that you can use to have an open conversation and rumble with vulnerability e. However, the author, who is a professor, ought to realise that the use of gutter language, which might be acceptable in the USA, does not enhance her book and limits the book's saleability in other markets.
" Pages 76 and 77 give you sixteen specific examples of Armored Leadership and Daring Leadership. Pool players example - Practice is key. But her invitation to lead or be led feels much more quietly accessible. Her writing is no-nonsense, direct, and very applicable in every area of life. Choosing our own comfort over hard conversations is the epitome of privilege, and it corrodes trust and moves us away from meaningful and lasting change.
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I highly recommend this book! But her message is different in that it does not recommend "engineering" innovation, but rather relying on "rumbling with vulnerability," "living into one's values," and having the courage to make decisions even where the outcome may be uncomfortable and possibly a failure.
Who we are is how we lead. Weve paid for self- protection by sealing off our heart from everyone, and from everything-not just hurt, but love. Run over the course of five days, in 5-hour sessions each day, this program is all about your own leadership self-awareness, identifying your call to courage as a leader and integrating the four courage skills in your life.
The second part is Living Into Our Values.
Brown lives in Houston, Texas with her husband, Steve, and their children, Ellen and Charlie.
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