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Brave Enough To Be You. How to Engage in Braver Conversations, build Braver Cultures, and Unleash your Organization's Collective Potential

Tuesday,
February 7, 2023
Time:
09:00 AM PST | 12:00 PM EST
Duration:
60 Minutes
Webinar Id:
705832
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Overview:

In our ever-changing work environment, you have to be more than agile if you want to succeed. You have to be brave. Brave enough to face change before you feel ready. Brave enough to try new things, to get messy, to fail. Brave enough to bring all of who you are to all of what you do.

In this empowering webinar, we'll explore the five big Bravery Barriers getting in your way, and how to bust through them. You’ll learn how to more meaningfully connect with your colleagues and friends. Moreover, you’ll discover how to create safer, braver workspaces where everyone is celebrated for bringing their fears, their ideas, and their authentic selves to the table. Team members don’t want to be engaged - they want to feel seen, heard, and like their contribution matters.

The bravest thing you can do is to be brave enough to be you. Especially in a world that all too often wants you to be something else. It’s time to stop trying to be perfect, trying to please, trying to prove it's time to recognize your own brilliance. And when you do, performance improves, productivity increases, and your organization's collective, collaborative, potential is unleashed.

Why you should Attend: Workplace culture is everything. When you build workplaces where employees feel they belong, matter, and feel safe enough to bring all of themselves to all of what they do - everybody wins.

You can no longer afford to lose any more of your people. And you can’t afford to have a culture that is not showing up at its bravest or its best.

Areas Covered in the Session:
  • Identify the big Bravery Barriers that may be getting in your, as well as your team’s, way
  • Learn how to engage in Brave Conversations, and why it matters
  • Discover the elements that make up The BRAVE Zone, and how it contributes to building more effective cultures
  • Explore what it takes to create deeper, more meaningful connections with colleagues, and in turn more cohesive company cultures
  • Gain powerful tools to empower you to bring all of who you are to all of what you do

Who Will Benefit:
  • HR Professionals
  • Mid-level Management
  • Directors and Managers
Instructor:

Carol Schulte Founder of The Brave Initiative, Carol has?been empowering international audiences for almost a decade. She holds a BFA in Theatre Performance, an MA in Communication, and two postgraduate certificates in coaching and mentoring. She has worked with numerous Fortune 500 companies, International Associations, and thousands of individuals to 'get their brave on!' Whether it be asking for a raise or promotion, nailing a presentation, or climbing Africa’s highest peak, her clients attribute her insights and inspiration to achieving what they never thought possible.

She is also the creator of a new community,?Brave Beyond Diagnosis, empowering women living with a mental health illness.?

Having lived in 16 countries, including Ashrams in India and vans in New Zealand, shaved her head, and bungee jumped in her birthday suit, Carol walks her talk and brings a global perspective to all she does. Multi-passionate, she’s also a volunteer counsellor, triathlete, and serious carpool karaoke-er!


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