Gain the skills necessary to create a more engaged and connected workplace.
Whether you’re leading a team at work, responsible for finding, screening, recruiting, and training employees, or looking to kick up your own courage in your personal life, the Dare to Lead™ coaching program may be just the thing!
This is a private, high touch, personalized coaching program led by yours truly—a certified Dare to Lead™ facilitator!
"When we deny our stories, they define us. When we own our stories, we get to write a brave new ending."-Brené Brown
How it Can Help
- Learn how to have hard conversations
- Make better decisions
- Become more strategic
- Lead better meetings
- Manage emotions
- Become more self-aware
- Be more empathetic and self-compassionate
- Give better feedback
- Build trust in your team
- Recover from difficulties/ challenging times
How to Get Started
Complimentary Consultation Call
Let’s start by hopping on a quick call to decide if Dare to Lead™ is aligned with what you want to accomplish. Together, we’ll determine what you’d like support in and discuss options that work for you. We can talk about if leadership support is your jam, or if one-on-one life coaching is better suited for you.
8-Months of Private Coaching
If we decide that the Dare to Lead™ program is right for you, we’ll take a look at the next available private coaching opportunity. From there you’ll be given the Dare to Lead book, video training, workbook, in-person training, weekly lesson application and reflection, and one-on-one support.
"Do the best you can until you know better. Then when you know better, do better."
What to Expect
Dare to Lead™ Plus Coaching Program Includes
Access to one-on-one, confidential, focused time to quickly develop and integrate your leadership skills and support you with life's ups and downs.
- 24 virtual private coaching sessions (three 60-minute sessions a month for eight months)
- Unlimited support via email or Voxer App
- Access to 15-minute check-ins as needed
- A copy of Brené Brown’s book, Dare to Lead
- The Dare to Lead™ workbook
- A Dare to Lead™ trained certificate
- A Dare to Lead™ badge to place on your LinkedIn account
- Dare to Lead™ teams rollout program workbook (bringing Dare to Lead™ to your team)
Why I Became a Certified Dare to Lead™ Facilitator (and Coach)
Finding Brené Brown’s work was a turning point in my career and ultimately the reason I chose to strike out on my own. Brené’s book, The Gifts of Imperfection taught me that I could be “me-imperfect” by acknowledging the rough parts which was the key to becoming more truly myself. This allowed me to lean into vulnerability and be more courageous in work and in life.
This was such a big turning point, both personally and professionally, that I wanted to share this gift with other strong, driven women who are ready to experience true joy and happiness again—while also pursuing their big bold dreams.
“the only thing I know for sure after all of this research is that if you’re going to dare greatly, you’re going to get your ass kicked at some point. If you choose courage, you will absolutely know failure, disappointment, setback, even heartbreak. That’s why we call it courage. That’s why it’s so rare.”
More About The Program
Dare to Lead™ was created by and based on the research of Dr. Brené Brown—it’s an empirical research-based courage-building program designed to be facilitated by organizational development professionals.
This 8-month-long program will give you the space and time needed to develop and fully integrate a core skillset around vulnerability, knowing and living your values, internal and external trust, and resiliency.
> Discover the importance of vulnerability in leadership
> Learn to identify what’s blocking you
> Develop essential confidence-building skills
> Understand how to identify your core values
> Learn how to integrate these into your personal and professional life
> Learn how to have tough conversations
> Understanding the importance of trust
> Learn how trust is built and maintained
> Learn the seven elements of trust and their associated behaviors
> Discover how to identify your emotions
> Learn effective behaviors for managing emotions
> Understand how the brain works and why stories matter
“If we want people to fully show up, to bring their whole selves including their unarmored, whole hearts—so that we can innovate, solve problems, and serve people—we have to be vigilant about creating a culture in which people feel safe, seen, heard, and respected.”