May 5, 2020 - May 6, 2020
8:00 am - 4:00 pm
The Dare to Lead™ program offers a path to becoming a more courageous leader by developing four key skills that can be taught, observed and measured:
- Rumbling with Vulnerability
- Living into Our Values
- Braving (or Building) Trust
- Learning to Rise (Resilience)
The foundational skill of courage building is the willingness and ability to rumble with vulnerability. Our ability to be daring leaders will never be greater than our capacity for vulnerability. Without the ability to lean into vulnerability, the other three skills are impossible to develop and put into practice.
The skills that make up courage are not new; they have been inspirational leadership skills for as long as there have been leaders. Dare to Lead™ provides us with the language, tools, practices and behaviors that are critical for building and sustaining courage as a leader.
This training is free, but requires full, active participation from all attendees. Admitted attendees must commit to attending both days of this event.
Who Can Apply to Attend?
Only supervisors of the following evidence-based and evidence-informed early childhood home visiting programs are permitted to attend this free conference: Early Head Start, Family Check Up, Family Spirit, Health Start, Healthy Families, Healthy Steps, High Risk Perinatal Program, Nurse Family Partnership, Parents As Teachers, and Safecare.
A limited number of educational supports for hotel accommodations will be available for people who live 50 miles or more from the conference center. You can indicate your need for a hotel scholarship in your application.