Insights from completing Brené Brown's Dare To Lead Workshop
Liam shares with us his learnings after attending a Brené Brown workshop on leadership. He shares his personal insights around adapting the takeaways to the healthcare industry and highlights the need for more vulnerability and courageous leadership. Pointing out that work cultures that don’t shame or blame are often more inclusive, effective and have better outcomes.
Liam shares that the definition of vulnerability focuses on 3 key components; risk, uncertainty and emotional exposure and that embracing the suck actually makes for a more flexible and authentic leader. He explores that part of being a great leader is the ability to have the hard conversations in real time and that embracing failure in all it’s forms is actually a healthy path of progress and change in the workplace.
He also poses two great questions for you to ponder…
How authentic are you in leadership?
How sustainable is it?
If you have ever wanted to work on your leadership skills this is the episode for you!
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