About this event
Keeping good talent requires work cultures where team members feel safe and seen. We need the language and tools to have courageous conversations. Current data suggests that if workplaces do not have a culture where team members feel safe to discuss their fears and feelings, leaders will squander 90% of their time managing the behaviors that are a result of not speaking about those fears and feelings.
The unspoken is never benign.
These times of change, division, and even the everyday life and work demands we all have can be a lot. Creating courageous and healthy cultures during this time, especially at work, means getting uncomfortable, feeling our feelings, speaking the unspoken, owning the stories we make up, practicing empathy with accountability, and choosing courage.
Dare to Lead ™
Leadership is not about titles. It’s about the willingness to step up, put yourself out there, and lean into courage.
The skill sets that make up courage are not new —they’ve been aspirational leadership skills for as long as there have been leaders. We just haven’t had the courage for real talk about courage. And it’s time.
Daring leaders know how to have hard conversations, hold themselves and others accountable, lead with empathy and connection, take smart risks that lead to innovation, build trust, reset quickly after disappointments, and give and receive feedback – even when it’s tough. Especially when it’s tough.
About The Dare To Lead™ Program
Based on the research of Dr. Brené Brown, Dare to Lead™ is an empirically based courage building program.
The most significant finding from Brené’s latest research is that courage is a collection of four skill sets that are teachable, measurable, and observable. The Dare to Lead™ program focuses on developing these courage building skills through workshops, trainings, and coaching to help individuals, teams, and organizations move from armored leadership to daring leadership.
Individuals who successfully complete the full 24-hour Dare to Lead™ program will receive a certificate of completion and are allowed to put the Dare to Lead™ Trained badge on their LinkedIn profile.
Who Needs to Attend
Anyone who wants to grow in their leadership. Who is a leader? Anyone who sees potential in others and chooses to encourage and grow that potential. Basically all of us. If you have questions as to whether this training is right for you please reach out to email@example.com.
The training will be held in-person in St. Louis, Missouri on April 24 – 26, 2024. It will take place 8:30am – 5:00pm each day at Five Oaks on Warson, 1200 N. Warson Road, Olivette, MO. For those traveling to St. Louis for this training, most hotel brands are available in Creve Coeur, Westport, or Clayton, all within ten minutes from the venue.
To obtain your certificate of completion and access to the Dare to Lead™ Trained badge for your LinkedIn profile, participants must be present for all 24 hours of the training.
This course does not offer continuing education credit, however, Dare to Lead™ leadership competencies are often approved for credit. If you would like to submit to your licensing organization, we can provide the full learning objectives.
Seats are limited, register early to reserve your space. Lunch, light snacks, and beverages will be provided each day of training.
There are three discounted fee scholarships available for this training. Please reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
We are happy to extend a 10% discount off the listed prices for 3 or more team members from the same organization. Please reach out for invoice billing.
50% refund until April 13th.
General Admission $1,800.00
DTL with Justine Alum $1,400.00
Nonprofit Leader $1,300.00
Registration will open in January 2024. Please sign up for Justine’s newsletter here to be the first to know once April registration opens.
For questions, please contact email@example.com.