If you only invest in one professional development program this year, let it be this one. In this one-day workshop, we’ll dive deep into the four skill sets of courage from Dr. Brené Brown’s Dare to Lead™ research and bestselling leadership book. Explore and practice these skills sets to get better at:
Although the Dare to Lead training was released in 2019, pLink Leadership has been bringing Dr. Brené Brown’s work to organizations since 2014 alongside our original content. pLink Leadership Certified Dare to Lead™ Facilitators also actively work as one-on-one executive leadership coaches, bringing a depth of experience to support leaders as they apply these concepts in their daily lives. Our team is able to bring the curriculum to life through story and inquiry, placing this rich curriculum in your hands so that you can readily take your learnings out into the world.
One of the incredible things about this curriculum and our skilled facilitators is that the content will meet you where you are. pLink Leadership has delivered Dare to Lead™ to profound effect with corporate executives, active-duty military and spouses, teachers, clergy, and nonprofit leaders. If you want to show up with more courage in your life and work, this course is for you.
Upon completing the full training, you will receive a Certified Dare to Lead™ Trained certificate and LinkedIn badge. While this course will not certify you to certify others, you can use your personal experience and knowledge gained in class, as well as any of the publicly available content (see: https://daretolead.brenebrown.com).
Available only to Certified Dare to Lead™ Trained graduates, Daring Teams is a 7-part series designed to support leaders in rolling out the concepts of Dare to Lead™ to their organization.
Yes, absolutely! Although this course will not certify you to certify others, the course will deepen your understanding and build skills around vulnerability, empathy, shame, values, trust, difficult conversations (a.k.a. rumbling), and resilience (a.k.a. learning to rise). You can use your personal experience and knowledge gained in class, as well as any of the publicly available content (see: https://daretolead.brenebrown.com), with your clients. Through the personal reflections and the engaging exercises, you will incorporate the content “in your bones” and be better able to model courageously authentic leadership for your clients.
Courage-building skills give you just what you’d expect—more courage. Here are 5 specific examples of the impacts pLink Leadership graduates reported after taking this course:
We’ll be exploring the four courage-building practices that support daring leadership. You can learn more here: https://brenebrown.com/hubs/dare-to-lead/
The short answer is no. Technically, of course, you can leave; however, there are two reasons why we strongly encourage you to not do so:
Prerequisite knowledge is not necessary for this course. That said, the material may land at a deeper level if you can expose yourself to some of the concepts in advance of the training. Repetition helps the brain file information into long-term memory. Here are some options:
In her own words: “I’m a research professor at the University of Houston, where I hold the Huffington Foundation Endowed Chair. I am also a visiting professor in management at the University of Texas at Austin McCombs School of Business. I’ve spent the past two decades studying courage, vulnerability, shame, and empathy. I’m the author of six #1 New York Times best sellers, and I’m the host of the weekly Spotify original podcasts Unlocking Us and Dare to Lead." For more about Brené, visit her About page.
We are a team of executive coaches, design wizards, writers, editors, and ops people who bring it all together to make others beyond better. We do the work we do because we believe that positive leaders are a multiplier effect and that, by fusing the sciences of human nature with the discipline of leadership, we can accelerate positive change in a big way.
We know from experience that positive leadership is not rainbows and unicorns. It takes courageous curiosity, a high tolerance for vulnerability, self-awareness, perspective, and perseverance. Dare to Lead™ is the “how” of deliberately developing brave leaders and courageous cultures.
You can count on us to bring the curriculum to life with stories, to meet skepticism with curiosity, to create a safe space for some of the best leadership conversations you’ve had to date, and to provide a path for applying the concepts in your context.
We hold a Dare to Lead™ Public Workshop twice a year. If you are interested in attending this course but unavailable for the dates of the current offering, please sign up on this list, and we will keep you posted on the next course.
The short answer is yes, absolutely! Please contact us ahead of time so that we can help you to decide whether your experience would be best served as a dedicated cohort or interspersed with other participants. Email Erica@pLinkLeadership.com to discuss options.
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