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The Experience Lab is pleased to host Julie Loveny, a Certified Dare to Lead™ Facilitator, to bring you leadership training based on the best-selling book by Dr Brené Brown.

Julie is a lecturer at UWA and an organisational consultant with a passion for people and potential.

She is a facilitator and educator with a background in social work and a special interest in leadership and thriving workplaces.

Julie has been trained by Brené Brown and her team and is amongst only a few in Australia certified to deliver Dare to Lead™.

Dare To Lead
This course is designed for anyone who takes responsibility for finding the potential in people and processes
"Anyone who takes responsibility for finding potential in people and processes and has the courage to develop that potential.

Leadership is not about titles or the corner office.  It’s about the willingness to step up, put yourself out there, and lean into courage.  
The world is desperate for braver leaders. It’s time for all of us to step up.” – Brené Brown
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Learning Outcomes

Over the course of three days, you will learn about:

  1. Rumbling with vulnerability 

  2. Living into values

  3. BRAVING trust

  4. Learning to rise

We believe play is important and so our team draw on creative, fun and experiential learning techniques.  During the workshop, actors will bring the learning to life and help you to apply the skills before heading back to the workplace.

Workshop Objectives

Dare to Lead™ workshop objectives

  • Identify the four skill sets that make up courage: rumbling with vulnerability, living into our values, BRAVING trust, and learning to rise.

  • Recognise that courage is a collection of four skill sets that are measurable, observable, and teachable.

  • Recognise vulnerability as the emotion we feel during times of uncertainty, risk, and emotional exposure.

  • Explain why courage requires vulnerability.

  • Establish a clear link between new learnings and the behaviours that need to change.

  • Recognise the critical role that self-awareness plays in daring leadership.

  • Identify how armour, not fear, is the greatest obstacle to daring leadership.

  • Recognise that vulnerability is the birthplace of many of the behaviours that define daring leadership, including creativity, accountability, and difficult conversations.

  • Give examples of why daring leadership requires showing up for hard conversations and rumbles, including giving and receiving feedback.

  • Apply and bring their learning to life through tangible practice with Experience Lab, before heading back to the workplace

Individuals who successfully complete the globally recognised Dare to Lead™ program can add the official Dare to Lead™ Trained badge to their LinkedIn account.


Register below to secure your spot on the waitlist for future sessions. 

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