Summary of Brené Brown’s Dare to Lead by Swift Reads

Narrated by: Leigh A Laird
Length: 28 mins
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Publisher's Summary

Dare to Lead: Brave Work. Tough Conversations. Whole Hearts (2018) by social researcher and best-selling author Brené Brown explains how to create an organizational culture built upon principles of vulnerability, connection, and meaning. For 20 years, Brown has researched vulnerability, and Dare to Lead incorporates her extensive data around shame and its cure, empathy; in addition, she interweaves the results of a seven-year education project on vulnerability and leadership, which Brown designed and implemented…

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In my opinion, same information as her other books but put in a workplace environment.

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an exemplary read

I learnt a lot from this book. it brought much needed healing through a heightened, internal awareness of the toxic nature of Shame and the 4 manifestations of it. I'd recommend