Dare to Lead™
What's your call to courage?
updated Dare to Lead™ Program PLUS Daring Rollout Program facilitated by Executive CDTL PCC & Organisational Relationship Systems Coach Angela Giacoumis, and supported by the established team of Emotous.
Our program provides the most current Dare to Lead™ content, which includes new research, team reports, a revised workbook & resources, and exclusive access to the new Daring Teams Rollout Program.
If you want to create impactful behavioural and cultural change within your organisation, the Daring Team Rollout Program will give you the tools, skills and insights as a Dare to Lead™ graduate to run short, regular meetings with your team based on the latest Dare to Lead™ research, resources and content.
Whether you want to accelerate performance, build resilience and deepen trust in your team, the Daring Team Rollout Program will support you to coordinate seven well thought through and structured 'meetings in a box' that will leave your team members feeling inspired, motivated and well equipped to lead from wherever they stand.
How do we develop more braver, daring leadership?
This program is designed for Leaders or anyone passionate about accelerating their performance, who wants to show up, be brave and create environments where they inspire others around them to do the same.
In today’s ever-changing world, bravery and courage is essential to maximising relationships, creating engaged cultures, propelling performance and increasing organisational resilience. At the centre of all of this is vulnerability, our pathway to courage and the birthplace of innovation, creativity and trust.
Brené Brown’s research tells us that courage is a collection of four skills sets that are all learnable, teachable and measurable. In this 4-week program you will study four modules in conjunction with pre/post support and our ongoing quarterly Courageous Leadership Integration sessions (as part of our Dare to Lead™ Alumni Community).
Introduction Session - 4 November (9am - 11.30am AEST)
Module One - 11 November (9am - 1pm AEST)
Module Two -18 November (9am - 1pm AEST)
- The Heart of Daring Leadership; defining leadership & the 4 courage skills
- Defining your call to courage
- Rumbling with Vulnerability
- The six myths of vulnerability
- Defining Shame and building shame resilience
- Armoured vs Daring Leadership
Module Three - 25 November (9am - 1pm AEST)
- Empathy - misses & skills practice
- Braving Trust
- Grounded Confidence and Rumbling Skills
Module Four - 2 December (9am - 1pm AEST)
- Living into our Values
- Navigating Courageous Conversations
- Taking values from BS to behaviour
Courageous Leadership Integration Session date - TBA
- Learning to Rise; the Rising Strong Process
- The Revolution and closing
RCSA Members will be supported throughout the entire process: before and after the Dare to Lead™ Program. We believe that you develop new skills and behaviours when you take your learnings and put them into practice within your daily life at work and home. To support you on your learning journey we provide valuable pre-work and post work to optimise your learning during the program. This includes articles, exercises and resources 4 weeks following the program. In addition, you will be invited to join our Dare to Lead™ Alumni LinkedIn group at the end of the program so you can connect, share and learn with others who are also on their journey of living their life with more courage and bravery. This also provides a great hub of resources, inspiration and information for you to use.
This event is not hosted by RCSA . RSCA members receive a discount over going direct with Emotous. Prices shown at time of registration is the discounted amount.
About Brené Brown:
is a research professor at the University of Houston where she holds the Huffington Foundation – Brené Brown Endowed Chair at The Graduate College of Social Work. She has spent the past two decades studying courage, vulnerability, shame, and empathy, and most recently completed a seven-year study on courageous leadership.
About Angela Giacoumis, FRCSA - Facilitator
Angela is the founder and CEO of Careerlink People Solutions a 30 year old human resource consultancy and co-CEO of Emotous, focused on building agility and performance in organisations through the integration of Emotional Intelligence, neuroscience and people analytics. Angela is a successful business leader, coach and entrepreneur defining and executing effective people strategies particularly in the areas of engagement, high performance leadership and change. Angela is a certified Dare to Lead™ (CDTWF) and Rising Strong™ (CDWF) facilitator, ICF coach and 6seconds practitioner having completed extensive Business and HR studies.
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For More Information:
This is not an RCSA hosted event however if you have any further queries please contact RCSA Learning & Development Manager, Cheryll Seslija