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Dare to Be Great 2.0 Workshop

Class Length: 8 hours
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Register 9/19/20229/19/20220800 - 1700Denton Public Safety Training Center
Register 9/21/20229/21/20220800 - 1700Denton Public Safety Training Center
Register 9/23/20229/23/20220800 - 1700Denton Public Safety Training Center
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After completing the Dare to Be Great: Strategies for Creating a Culture of Leading workshop and implementing what they learned many people asked, “What’s next?” They were looking for more tools, tactics and strategies to implement in their journey of creating a great culture in their piece of their organization, and in their organization as a whole. This desire to learn more was the inspiration for Dare to Be Great Leadership 2.0: Continuing the Journey of Building a Culture of Leading, Learning and Excellence.

For those who participated in Dare to be Great: Strategies for Creating a Culture of Leading this workshop will serve to build on those strategies and continue the journey to great culture. Dare to Be Great Leadership 2.0 can also serve as a stand-alone workshop for leaders looking for help in their journey to building great culture in their teams and organizations.

This is a leadership focused workshop and applicable regardless of your profession.

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Preferred to have attended Dare to Be Great 1.0

COURSE COST

$167

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Topics To Be Covered During this One-Day Workshop:

Culture of Leading

  • Leading from the heart.
  • Influence: Like a Leader or like a Boss
  • Role of Personal and Organizational Core Values
  • Power of Story
  • Your Greatest Asset 

Culture of Learning

  • Candor and Curiosity
  • Human Error and It’s Impact on Leading and Training
  • The Value of Contrarian Thinking
  • Leaders as Trainers
  • Feedback

Culture of Excellence

  • What is Excellence?
  • Excellence in everything you do.
  • Excellence at every opportunity
  • Baseline Behaviors
  • Psychological Safety
    • What it is.
    • What it is not.
    • Why it is important.
  • Inclusion
  • Belonging
  • Control the Controllable

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