Dare to Lead
with Jolene Lockwood
What is Dare to Lead?
The Dare to Lead™ Training is a series of workshops focusing on developing courage building skills and helping leaders, teams, and organizations move from armored leadership to daring leadership. The Dare to Lead™ combines videos, in person facilitation and exercises. Upon completion of training participants receive a Dare to Lead™ Trained Certificate and badge for LinkedIn.
September 28-29, 2019 Saturday - Sunday
Registration fee and details:
Please apply HERE.
Workshop Outline (16 Hours):
- The Heart of Daring Leadership
- Rumbling with Vulnerability
- Armored Leadership versus Daring Leadership
- Grounded Confidence and Rumbling Skills
- Living Into Our Values
- BRAVING Trust
- Learning to Rise: The Rising Strong Process
Jolene Lockwood has been an educator for 30 years and has over 15 years of coaching and consulting experience. She is a certified Dare to Lead facilitator for best-selling author Brené Brown and also does work around the world as a Cognitive Coaching Agency trainer, most recently for the Heritage Xperiential Schools in New Delhi, India.
Jolene specializes in building and sustaining leaders that cultivate courageous cultures to transform the ways we lead and learn. In the last 10 years, she has trained and certified over 200 leaders in Cognitive Coaching across the globe and has presented workshops at international conferences such as the EARCOS Leadership Conference. In this workshop, she will pair her Cognitive Coaching and Dare to Lead skills to train, coach, and consult for leadership teams and educators; she is excited to see more people’s lives and workplaces transform.
Jolene also holds an M.A. in International and Intercultural Communications from Denver University and a B.S. in Education from Indiana University. She resides in Windsor, Colorado and commutes to India for 160 days of the year. She is also a contributing author of Transformative Talk: Cognitive Coaches Share Their Stories.
“Give me an example of courage that doesn’t require vulnerability.” ~Brené Brown