Leading with Courage, Empathy and Vulnerability | A Conversation with Amanda Sollman, Staci Martin & Wade Johannes
What is daring, authentic leadership? Who is a “leader”? How can we show up for our teams and organizations with a greater level of courage and vulnerability – and thereby create more trust along the way?
Brene Brown’s latest book, Dare to Lead, dives into all of these questions!
In this episode, self-described Brene Brown fans Amanda, Wade and Staci share their biggest takeaways from Dare to Lead, including:
- Where we let titles and hierarchy get in the way of relationship-building
- Why courage, vulnerability and trust should take precedence over tactical skills of leadership
- The role of empathy in company culture
Whether you’ve read the book or not, there are some great nuggets in here to help leaders and organizations thrive. This is not a paid advertisement and we don’t know Brene (although, if she wants to come hang with us, we’d totally be game!). We’re just big fans of her work and think there’s a lot of application from Dare to Lead to the work we do in training and coaching. Enjoy!
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