3 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, 67 p. :|
|Number of Pages||40|
nodata File Size: 6MB.
Dare to Lead really hate the language used by most self-help books and this was no exception. The irony is that we're choosing not to invest in developing the hearts and minds of leaders at the same time we're scrambling to figure out what we have to offer that machines can't do better and faster. The whole thing is a jargon-fest of cringeworthy TED Talk-esque aphorisms that sound profound but don't actually mean anything at all.
Gina Chavez is a radiant, passionate performer and activist. I believe if I had read Dare to Lead first, I would have had the tools in place to respond appropriately in a way that would have fostered group cohesion, eliminated problems, and just generally been a better leader for my group.
It was a great read!
It would be wonderful if you could all attend so that we can touch base and have a chat. It will not be broken; it will become unbreakable, impenetrable, irredeemable.
" I find right now, I am feeling a bit more daring. I discovered Dare to Lead, because my friend in Florida who I greatly respect had read it and said it was life changing.
Organizational values are gauzy and assessed in terms of aspirations rather than actual behaviors that can be taught, measured and evaluated. Not to mention, my shame affected my leadership. Diminishing trust caused by a lack of connection and empathy• I had very high expectations going into Dare to Lead book and those expectations were partly met.
Should you choose to engage them they are solely responsible for their acts or omissions. As I mentioned in the introduction, what sometimes underpins this urge is how we think about vulnerability and the way we use the word. Since I have also contributed to a consultation at work around our organisational values.
Have the Courage to Serve To serve their people, leaders must have the courage to address uncomfortable issues.
In her brief bio, it states that Brene Brown has "spent past two decades studying courage, vulnerability, shame and empathy.
Because this book isn't about leadership in organizations only; sure that's there.