Dare to Lead: Brave Work. Tough Conversations. Whole Hearts.

Dare to Lead: Brave Work. Tough Conversations. Whole Hearts.

In her #1 NYT bestsellers, BrenÚ Brown taught us what it means to dare greatly, rise strong and brave the wilderness. Now, based on new research conducted with leaders, change makers and culture shifters, she?s showing us how to put those ideas into practice so we can step up and lead. Leadership is not about titles, status and power over people. Leaders are people who hol In her #1 NYT bestsellers, BrenÚ Brown taught us what it means to dare greatly, rise strong and brave the wildern...

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Dare to Lead: Brave Work. Tough Conversations. Whole Hearts. Reviews

  • Kelly
    Nov 29, 2018

    Brene?s gone corporate. The 99% of us who latched onto her as a hardworking mom and smart researcher who thought hard and fought her way through to some amazing, amazingly put insights... well, in my opinion, that lady is gone. In her place is a motivational speaker who is most inter...

  • Kris Patrick
    Nov 29, 2018

    Brene?s gone corporate. The 99% of us who latched onto her as a hardworking mom and smart researcher who thought hard and fought her way through to some amazing, amazingly put insights... well, in my opinion, that lady is gone. In her place is a motivational speaker who is most inter...

    So, I really appreciate BrenÚ Brown. I love her books. I love her cussing (which she does in her talks more than her books) and, most of all, I love her staggering vulnerability and empathy. Dare To Lead continues her conquest of shame, dysfunction, ego, hate, indifference, and ev...

    It?s Brene Brown for your corporate retreat! I was turned off by the management speech, which I thought she said in the beginning she wouldn?t do (the temptation is great). I was also annoyed at the commodification of her vulnerability insights into cute little worlds. ?We?re g...

    I had a long drive to make this week and couldn't decide between buying this on audio or picking it up in print, and a friend suggested I listen to it on audio, then when it hits in paperback, buy that and mark it up. I think this was a great suggestion, and it was a nice reminder, too...

    I love Brene Brown, her first few books helped me a lot. Maybe I changed or she ran out of interesting new research to share, but I felt that this book didn?t give me too much. It felt like a reiteration of her previous findings but the examples are more relevant for managers. ...

    ??? ?? ?????? ?????? ???? ????? ???????? ???????? ??????????? ?????? ????. ???? ????? ??????? ????? ????? ???? ?? ??? ????? ??????? ?????? ??? ????? ?? ???...

    This book combines Brene's (we're friends in my head) previous work and puts it in the context of being a strong, healthy leader. She takes her work on wholehearted living (Gifts of Imperfection), vulnerability & shame (Daring Greatly), the reckoning, rumble & revolution (Risin...

    This book helped me to try and understand my coworkers and to at least be more empathetic to where they are coming from. I still struggle with emotions in others, vulnerability and being compassionate to feelings I do not understand, but I think reading Brown's books have helped get me...

    I love BrenÚ Brown! I didn?t love this book though. It felt like a repackaging of her previous works. ...

    I listened to this, and immediately listened to it again. Yep, that good. I love BrenÚ's work and research, I have found it so immeasurably helpful and pertinent in my life and my relatioships. This book focuses her work on shame and communication into a workplace arena more than a pe...

    I received this book from the goodreads giveaways. A very informative book on how to take down that armory. We are all vulnerable. it is hard to have confrontations with others or get our feelings out there. Brene' Brown gives good advice on how to get along with co-workers whether if ...

    With respect to BrenÚ Brown, I could not even finish this book; as the genre goes, it's probably a wonderful work. But I hate this genre of books and don't know why I continue to seek them out with the na´ve hope that I might find an exception to the rule. Attempting to read Dare to ...

    Courage > Comfort. ...

    Engaging, easy to listen to, and thought provoking. I want to live in a world with braver, bolder leaders, and I want to be able to pass that kind of world on to my children, p.4. BrenÚ Brown holds a doctorate of philosophy in social work from the University of Houston and has sp...

    The last self-help book I read was The Secret by Rhonda Byrne and that was approximately a decade ago. I made a simple decision. I won't do self-help books. Ever. Again. I would be telling lies if I say I have never been curious when people around me have talked about so and so self-h...

    Brene Brown's "Dare To Lead" takes several discoveries and ideals from Brown's previous books and compiles them into a guide to be successful in business and leadership pursuits. A combination of personal stories, research from a wide variety of fields and concepts, Brown talks about h...

    My coworker, who I respect very much, recommended this book to me. I was a little hesitant at first because I think that business books such as this one tend to blame people who are subjected to systemic oppression by insisting that, if they simply change their mindset, or just think p...

    ??? I?m working on creating a Build the Trainer program and the current training materials just brush on leadership. This book has given me an arsenal of language and activities to increase confidence and competence in leadership and training. A bit of a culmination o...

    I pretty much bought this the day it was released and read it straightaway, which I never do. This book is full of wisdom, clear explanations (mostly), good stories, and BrenÚ Brown's readable and relatable voice. In a couple of places it gets a little abstract; I think even clearer e...

    Well... now I can name and list my bad leadership habits. I?m a work in progress, people! ...

  • Amy
    Oct 23, 2018

    Brene?s gone corporate. The 99% of us who latched onto her as a hardworking mom and smart researcher who thought hard and fought her way through to some amazing, amazingly put insights... well, in my opinion, that lady is gone. In her place is a motivational speaker who is most inter...

    So, I really appreciate BrenÚ Brown. I love her books. I love her cussing (which she does in her talks more than her books) and, most of all, I love her staggering vulnerability and empathy. Dare To Lead continues her conquest of shame, dysfunction, ego, hate, indifference, and ev...

    It?s Brene Brown for your corporate retreat! I was turned off by the management speech, which I thought she said in the beginning she wouldn?t do (the temptation is great). I was also annoyed at the commodification of her vulnerability insights into cute little worlds. ?We?re g...

    I had a long drive to make this week and couldn't decide between buying this on audio or picking it up in print, and a friend suggested I listen to it on audio, then when it hits in paperback, buy that and mark it up. I think this was a great suggestion, and it was a nice reminder, too...

    I love Brene Brown, her first few books helped me a lot. Maybe I changed or she ran out of interesting new research to share, but I felt that this book didn?t give me too much. It felt like a reiteration of her previous findings but the examples are more relevant for managers. ...

    ??? ?? ?????? ?????? ???? ????? ???????? ???????? ??????????? ?????? ????. ???? ????? ??????? ????? ????? ???? ?? ??? ????? ??????? ?????? ??? ????? ?? ???...

    This book combines Brene's (we're friends in my head) previous work and puts it in the context of being a strong, healthy leader. She takes her work on wholehearted living (Gifts of Imperfection), vulnerability & shame (Daring Greatly), the reckoning, rumble & revolution (Risin...

    This book helped me to try and understand my coworkers and to at least be more empathetic to where they are coming from. I still struggle with emotions in others, vulnerability and being compassionate to feelings I do not understand, but I think reading Brown's books have helped get me...

    I love BrenÚ Brown! I didn?t love this book though. It felt like a repackaging of her previous works. ...

    I listened to this, and immediately listened to it again. Yep, that good. I love BrenÚ's work and research, I have found it so immeasurably helpful and pertinent in my life and my relatioships. This book focuses her work on shame and communication into a workplace arena more than a pe...

    I received this book from the goodreads giveaways. A very informative book on how to take down that armory. We are all vulnerable. it is hard to have confrontations with others or get our feelings out there. Brene' Brown gives good advice on how to get along with co-workers whether if ...

    With respect to BrenÚ Brown, I could not even finish this book; as the genre goes, it's probably a wonderful work. But I hate this genre of books and don't know why I continue to seek them out with the na´ve hope that I might find an exception to the rule. Attempting to read Dare to ...

    Courage > Comfort. ...

    Engaging, easy to listen to, and thought provoking. I want to live in a world with braver, bolder leaders, and I want to be able to pass that kind of world on to my children, p.4. BrenÚ Brown holds a doctorate of philosophy in social work from the University of Houston and has sp...

    The last self-help book I read was The Secret by Rhonda Byrne and that was approximately a decade ago. I made a simple decision. I won't do self-help books. Ever. Again. I would be telling lies if I say I have never been curious when people around me have talked about so and so self-h...

    Brene Brown's "Dare To Lead" takes several discoveries and ideals from Brown's previous books and compiles them into a guide to be successful in business and leadership pursuits. A combination of personal stories, research from a wide variety of fields and concepts, Brown talks about h...

    My coworker, who I respect very much, recommended this book to me. I was a little hesitant at first because I think that business books such as this one tend to blame people who are subjected to systemic oppression by insisting that, if they simply change their mindset, or just think p...

    ??? I?m working on creating a Build the Trainer program and the current training materials just brush on leadership. This book has given me an arsenal of language and activities to increase confidence and competence in leadership and training. A bit of a culmination o...

    I pretty much bought this the day it was released and read it straightaway, which I never do. This book is full of wisdom, clear explanations (mostly), good stories, and BrenÚ Brown's readable and relatable voice. In a couple of places it gets a little abstract; I think even clearer e...

    Well... now I can name and list my bad leadership habits. I?m a work in progress, people! ...

    There are sections that are quite "business-y", but still a TON of great thoughts and advice about the rest of life. SO glad to hear Brene's voice again. ...

    I first came across her in her outstanding Ted talk, quite a time ago. The talk was about vulnerability, at that time the studio work we were faced with each day, dismissed any show of empathy or vulnerability, and demanding to face tons of feedback (mostly negative). It tore away any ...

    BrenÚ Brown has done it again. Throughout this book, I was reminded of things that were present in Daring Greatly, Rising Strong and Braving the Wilderness, but both circumstances in my personal life and reframing these ideas for my professional life presented opportunities to reflect...

    I love how Brene Brown brings shame-busting ideas into everyday life ? this time for work. She?s not as spiritually focused as I?d like, but her tips are useful, and I like her examples. One was from Costco, when employees clapped after some straight talk from their CEO. They tol...

    I have reviewed this book on Amazon Kindle. It is a unique approach to leadership which starts with letting yourself be vulnerable and stripping away the armor and ego which make executives inaccessible to the real problems of running a business. Brenet Brown has studied hundreds of or...

    Goodness this book is filled with stuff that make you think. Lots of good advices. What I have a hard time with is how she problematizes in detail every little feeling, thought and action. Who can live like that? It just makes me exhausted. I will take what I need and leave what I don?...

    I truly wish that everyone I work with, have a relationship with... frankly, every person I encounter on the streetcar... would read this book. If not putting it's insights and learnings into practice, at least giving thought to wholeheartedness, and leading with courage. I think it wo...

    Not my type of book. Was asked to read it for work, and while there was plenty of information that felt like it would be useful, it was not easy to draw out of the book. This was largely due to fuzzy, unspecific language used throughout and no clear hierarchy of information. Some good ...

    I feel like this book could be strengthened by the inclusion of specific case studies illustrating the points Dr. Brown makes throughout the book. She included some of her personal experiences, but I think it would have been more meaningful and interesting if she had relayed specific c...

  • Wendy
    Dec 03, 2018

    Brene?s gone corporate. The 99% of us who latched onto her as a hardworking mom and smart researcher who thought hard and fought her way through to some amazing, amazingly put insights... well, in my opinion, that lady is gone. In her place is a motivational speaker who is most inter...

    So, I really appreciate BrenÚ Brown. I love her books. I love her cussing (which she does in her talks more than her books) and, most of all, I love her staggering vulnerability and empathy. Dare To Lead continues her conquest of shame, dysfunction, ego, hate, indifference, and ev...

    It?s Brene Brown for your corporate retreat! I was turned off by the management speech, which I thought she said in the beginning she wouldn?t do (the temptation is great). I was also annoyed at the commodification of her vulnerability insights into cute little worlds. ?We?re g...

    I had a long drive to make this week and couldn't decide between buying this on audio or picking it up in print, and a friend suggested I listen to it on audio, then when it hits in paperback, buy that and mark it up. I think this was a great suggestion, and it was a nice reminder, too...

    I love Brene Brown, her first few books helped me a lot. Maybe I changed or she ran out of interesting new research to share, but I felt that this book didn?t give me too much. It felt like a reiteration of her previous findings but the examples are more relevant for managers. ...

    ??? ?? ?????? ?????? ???? ????? ???????? ???????? ??????????? ?????? ????. ???? ????? ??????? ????? ????? ???? ?? ??? ????? ??????? ?????? ??? ????? ?? ???...

    This book combines Brene's (we're friends in my head) previous work and puts it in the context of being a strong, healthy leader. She takes her work on wholehearted living (Gifts of Imperfection), vulnerability & shame (Daring Greatly), the reckoning, rumble & revolution (Risin...

    This book helped me to try and understand my coworkers and to at least be more empathetic to where they are coming from. I still struggle with emotions in others, vulnerability and being compassionate to feelings I do not understand, but I think reading Brown's books have helped get me...

  • Kelly
    Oct 12, 2018

    Brene?s gone corporate. The 99% of us who latched onto her as a hardworking mom and smart researcher who thought hard and fought her way through to some amazing, amazingly put insights... well, in my opinion, that lady is gone. In her place is a motivational speaker who is most inter...

    So, I really appreciate BrenÚ Brown. I love her books. I love her cussing (which she does in her talks more than her books) and, most of all, I love her staggering vulnerability and empathy. Dare To Lead continues her conquest of shame, dysfunction, ego, hate, indifference, and ev...

    It?s Brene Brown for your corporate retreat! I was turned off by the management speech, which I thought she said in the beginning she wouldn?t do (the temptation is great). I was also annoyed at the commodification of her vulnerability insights into cute little worlds. ?We?re g...

    I had a long drive to make this week and couldn't decide between buying this on audio or picking it up in print, and a friend suggested I listen to it on audio, then when it hits in paperback, buy that and mark it up. I think this was a great suggestion, and it was a nice reminder, too...

  • Tasha Seegmiller
    Oct 22, 2018

    Brene?s gone corporate. The 99% of us who latched onto her as a hardworking mom and smart researcher who thought hard and fought her way through to some amazing, amazingly put insights... well, in my opinion, that lady is gone. In her place is a motivational speaker who is most inter...

    So, I really appreciate BrenÚ Brown. I love her books. I love her cussing (which she does in her talks more than her books) and, most of all, I love her staggering vulnerability and empathy. Dare To Lead continues her conquest of shame, dysfunction, ego, hate, indifference, and ev...

    It?s Brene Brown for your corporate retreat! I was turned off by the management speech, which I thought she said in the beginning she wouldn?t do (the temptation is great). I was also annoyed at the commodification of her vulnerability insights into cute little worlds. ?We?re g...

    I had a long drive to make this week and couldn't decide between buying this on audio or picking it up in print, and a friend suggested I listen to it on audio, then when it hits in paperback, buy that and mark it up. I think this was a great suggestion, and it was a nice reminder, too...

    I love Brene Brown, her first few books helped me a lot. Maybe I changed or she ran out of interesting new research to share, but I felt that this book didn?t give me too much. It felt like a reiteration of her previous findings but the examples are more relevant for managers. ...

    ??? ?? ?????? ?????? ???? ????? ???????? ???????? ??????????? ?????? ????. ???? ????? ??????? ????? ????? ???? ?? ??? ????? ??????? ?????? ??? ????? ?? ???...

    This book combines Brene's (we're friends in my head) previous work and puts it in the context of being a strong, healthy leader. She takes her work on wholehearted living (Gifts of Imperfection), vulnerability & shame (Daring Greatly), the reckoning, rumble & revolution (Risin...

    This book helped me to try and understand my coworkers and to at least be more empathetic to where they are coming from. I still struggle with emotions in others, vulnerability and being compassionate to feelings I do not understand, but I think reading Brown's books have helped get me...

    I love BrenÚ Brown! I didn?t love this book though. It felt like a repackaging of her previous works. ...

    I listened to this, and immediately listened to it again. Yep, that good. I love BrenÚ's work and research, I have found it so immeasurably helpful and pertinent in my life and my relatioships. This book focuses her work on shame and communication into a workplace arena more than a pe...

    I received this book from the goodreads giveaways. A very informative book on how to take down that armory. We are all vulnerable. it is hard to have confrontations with others or get our feelings out there. Brene' Brown gives good advice on how to get along with co-workers whether if ...

    With respect to BrenÚ Brown, I could not even finish this book; as the genre goes, it's probably a wonderful work. But I hate this genre of books and don't know why I continue to seek them out with the na´ve hope that I might find an exception to the rule. Attempting to read Dare to ...

    Courage > Comfort. ...

    Engaging, easy to listen to, and thought provoking. I want to live in a world with braver, bolder leaders, and I want to be able to pass that kind of world on to my children, p.4. BrenÚ Brown holds a doctorate of philosophy in social work from the University of Houston and has sp...

    The last self-help book I read was The Secret by Rhonda Byrne and that was approximately a decade ago. I made a simple decision. I won't do self-help books. Ever. Again. I would be telling lies if I say I have never been curious when people around me have talked about so and so self-h...

    Brene Brown's "Dare To Lead" takes several discoveries and ideals from Brown's previous books and compiles them into a guide to be successful in business and leadership pursuits. A combination of personal stories, research from a wide variety of fields and concepts, Brown talks about h...

    My coworker, who I respect very much, recommended this book to me. I was a little hesitant at first because I think that business books such as this one tend to blame people who are subjected to systemic oppression by insisting that, if they simply change their mindset, or just think p...

    ??? I?m working on creating a Build the Trainer program and the current training materials just brush on leadership. This book has given me an arsenal of language and activities to increase confidence and competence in leadership and training. A bit of a culmination o...

    I pretty much bought this the day it was released and read it straightaway, which I never do. This book is full of wisdom, clear explanations (mostly), good stories, and BrenÚ Brown's readable and relatable voice. In a couple of places it gets a little abstract; I think even clearer e...

    Well... now I can name and list my bad leadership habits. I?m a work in progress, people! ...

    There are sections that are quite "business-y", but still a TON of great thoughts and advice about the rest of life. SO glad to hear Brene's voice again. ...

    I first came across her in her outstanding Ted talk, quite a time ago. The talk was about vulnerability, at that time the studio work we were faced with each day, dismissed any show of empathy or vulnerability, and demanding to face tons of feedback (mostly negative). It tore away any ...

    BrenÚ Brown has done it again. Throughout this book, I was reminded of things that were present in Daring Greatly, Rising Strong and Braving the Wilderness, but both circumstances in my personal life and reframing these ideas for my professional life presented opportunities to reflect...

  • Mehrsa
    Oct 18, 2018

    Brene?s gone corporate. The 99% of us who latched onto her as a hardworking mom and smart researcher who thought hard and fought her way through to some amazing, amazingly put insights... well, in my opinion, that lady is gone. In her place is a motivational speaker who is most inter...

    So, I really appreciate BrenÚ Brown. I love her books. I love her cussing (which she does in her talks more than her books) and, most of all, I love her staggering vulnerability and empathy. Dare To Lead continues her conquest of shame, dysfunction, ego, hate, indifference, and ev...

    It?s Brene Brown for your corporate retreat! I was turned off by the management speech, which I thought she said in the beginning she wouldn?t do (the temptation is great). I was also annoyed at the commodification of her vulnerability insights into cute little worlds. ?We?re g...

  • Melissa
    Nov 17, 2018

    Brene?s gone corporate. The 99% of us who latched onto her as a hardworking mom and smart researcher who thought hard and fought her way through to some amazing, amazingly put insights... well, in my opinion, that lady is gone. In her place is a motivational speaker who is most inter...

    So, I really appreciate BrenÚ Brown. I love her books. I love her cussing (which she does in her talks more than her books) and, most of all, I love her staggering vulnerability and empathy. Dare To Lead continues her conquest of shame, dysfunction, ego, hate, indifference, and ev...

    It?s Brene Brown for your corporate retreat! I was turned off by the management speech, which I thought she said in the beginning she wouldn?t do (the temptation is great). I was also annoyed at the commodification of her vulnerability insights into cute little worlds. ?We?re g...

    I had a long drive to make this week and couldn't decide between buying this on audio or picking it up in print, and a friend suggested I listen to it on audio, then when it hits in paperback, buy that and mark it up. I think this was a great suggestion, and it was a nice reminder, too...

    I love Brene Brown, her first few books helped me a lot. Maybe I changed or she ran out of interesting new research to share, but I felt that this book didn?t give me too much. It felt like a reiteration of her previous findings but the examples are more relevant for managers. ...

    ??? ?? ?????? ?????? ???? ????? ???????? ???????? ??????????? ?????? ????. ???? ????? ??????? ????? ????? ???? ?? ??? ????? ??????? ?????? ??? ????? ?? ???...

    This book combines Brene's (we're friends in my head) previous work and puts it in the context of being a strong, healthy leader. She takes her work on wholehearted living (Gifts of Imperfection), vulnerability & shame (Daring Greatly), the reckoning, rumble & revolution (Risin...

    This book helped me to try and understand my coworkers and to at least be more empathetic to where they are coming from. I still struggle with emotions in others, vulnerability and being compassionate to feelings I do not understand, but I think reading Brown's books have helped get me...

    I love BrenÚ Brown! I didn?t love this book though. It felt like a repackaging of her previous works. ...

    I listened to this, and immediately listened to it again. Yep, that good. I love BrenÚ's work and research, I have found it so immeasurably helpful and pertinent in my life and my relatioships. This book focuses her work on shame and communication into a workplace arena more than a pe...

    I received this book from the goodreads giveaways. A very informative book on how to take down that armory. We are all vulnerable. it is hard to have confrontations with others or get our feelings out there. Brene' Brown gives good advice on how to get along with co-workers whether if ...

    With respect to BrenÚ Brown, I could not even finish this book; as the genre goes, it's probably a wonderful work. But I hate this genre of books and don't know why I continue to seek them out with the na´ve hope that I might find an exception to the rule. Attempting to read Dare to ...

    Courage > Comfort. ...

    Engaging, easy to listen to, and thought provoking. I want to live in a world with braver, bolder leaders, and I want to be able to pass that kind of world on to my children, p.4. BrenÚ Brown holds a doctorate of philosophy in social work from the University of Houston and has sp...

    The last self-help book I read was The Secret by Rhonda Byrne and that was approximately a decade ago. I made a simple decision. I won't do self-help books. Ever. Again. I would be telling lies if I say I have never been curious when people around me have talked about so and so self-h...

    Brene Brown's "Dare To Lead" takes several discoveries and ideals from Brown's previous books and compiles them into a guide to be successful in business and leadership pursuits. A combination of personal stories, research from a wide variety of fields and concepts, Brown talks about h...

    My coworker, who I respect very much, recommended this book to me. I was a little hesitant at first because I think that business books such as this one tend to blame people who are subjected to systemic oppression by insisting that, if they simply change their mindset, or just think p...

    ??? I?m working on creating a Build the Trainer program and the current training materials just brush on leadership. This book has given me an arsenal of language and activities to increase confidence and competence in leadership and training. A bit of a culmination o...

    I pretty much bought this the day it was released and read it straightaway, which I never do. This book is full of wisdom, clear explanations (mostly), good stories, and BrenÚ Brown's readable and relatable voice. In a couple of places it gets a little abstract; I think even clearer e...

    Well... now I can name and list my bad leadership habits. I?m a work in progress, people! ...

    There are sections that are quite "business-y", but still a TON of great thoughts and advice about the rest of life. SO glad to hear Brene's voice again. ...

    I first came across her in her outstanding Ted talk, quite a time ago. The talk was about vulnerability, at that time the studio work we were faced with each day, dismissed any show of empathy or vulnerability, and demanding to face tons of feedback (mostly negative). It tore away any ...

    BrenÚ Brown has done it again. Throughout this book, I was reminded of things that were present in Daring Greatly, Rising Strong and Braving the Wilderness, but both circumstances in my personal life and reframing these ideas for my professional life presented opportunities to reflect...

    I love how Brene Brown brings shame-busting ideas into everyday life ? this time for work. She?s not as spiritually focused as I?d like, but her tips are useful, and I like her examples. One was from Costco, when employees clapped after some straight talk from their CEO. They tol...

  • Robyn
    Dec 03, 2018

    Brene?s gone corporate. The 99% of us who latched onto her as a hardworking mom and smart researcher who thought hard and fought her way through to some amazing, amazingly put insights... well, in my opinion, that lady is gone. In her place is a motivational speaker who is most inter...

    So, I really appreciate BrenÚ Brown. I love her books. I love her cussing (which she does in her talks more than her books) and, most of all, I love her staggering vulnerability and empathy. Dare To Lead continues her conquest of shame, dysfunction, ego, hate, indifference, and ev...

    It?s Brene Brown for your corporate retreat! I was turned off by the management speech, which I thought she said in the beginning she wouldn?t do (the temptation is great). I was also annoyed at the commodification of her vulnerability insights into cute little worlds. ?We?re g...

    I had a long drive to make this week and couldn't decide between buying this on audio or picking it up in print, and a friend suggested I listen to it on audio, then when it hits in paperback, buy that and mark it up. I think this was a great suggestion, and it was a nice reminder, too...

    I love Brene Brown, her first few books helped me a lot. Maybe I changed or she ran out of interesting new research to share, but I felt that this book didn?t give me too much. It felt like a reiteration of her previous findings but the examples are more relevant for managers. ...

    ??? ?? ?????? ?????? ???? ????? ???????? ???????? ??????????? ?????? ????. ???? ????? ??????? ????? ????? ???? ?? ??? ????? ??????? ?????? ??? ????? ?? ???...

    This book combines Brene's (we're friends in my head) previous work and puts it in the context of being a strong, healthy leader. She takes her work on wholehearted living (Gifts of Imperfection), vulnerability & shame (Daring Greatly), the reckoning, rumble & revolution (Risin...

    This book helped me to try and understand my coworkers and to at least be more empathetic to where they are coming from. I still struggle with emotions in others, vulnerability and being compassionate to feelings I do not understand, but I think reading Brown's books have helped get me...

    I love BrenÚ Brown! I didn?t love this book though. It felt like a repackaging of her previous works. ...

    I listened to this, and immediately listened to it again. Yep, that good. I love BrenÚ's work and research, I have found it so immeasurably helpful and pertinent in my life and my relatioships. This book focuses her work on shame and communication into a workplace arena more than a pe...

    I received this book from the goodreads giveaways. A very informative book on how to take down that armory. We are all vulnerable. it is hard to have confrontations with others or get our feelings out there. Brene' Brown gives good advice on how to get along with co-workers whether if ...

    With respect to BrenÚ Brown, I could not even finish this book; as the genre goes, it's probably a wonderful work. But I hate this genre of books and don't know why I continue to seek them out with the na´ve hope that I might find an exception to the rule. Attempting to read Dare to ...

    Courage > Comfort. ...

    Engaging, easy to listen to, and thought provoking. I want to live in a world with braver, bolder leaders, and I want to be able to pass that kind of world on to my children, p.4. BrenÚ Brown holds a doctorate of philosophy in social work from the University of Houston and has sp...

  • Brian
    Nov 12, 2018

    Brene?s gone corporate. The 99% of us who latched onto her as a hardworking mom and smart researcher who thought hard and fought her way through to some amazing, amazingly put insights... well, in my opinion, that lady is gone. In her place is a motivational speaker who is most inter...

    So, I really appreciate BrenÚ Brown. I love her books. I love her cussing (which she does in her talks more than her books) and, most of all, I love her staggering vulnerability and empathy. Dare To Lead continues her conquest of shame, dysfunction, ego, hate, indifference, and ev...

    It?s Brene Brown for your corporate retreat! I was turned off by the management speech, which I thought she said in the beginning she wouldn?t do (the temptation is great). I was also annoyed at the commodification of her vulnerability insights into cute little worlds. ?We?re g...

    I had a long drive to make this week and couldn't decide between buying this on audio or picking it up in print, and a friend suggested I listen to it on audio, then when it hits in paperback, buy that and mark it up. I think this was a great suggestion, and it was a nice reminder, too...

    I love Brene Brown, her first few books helped me a lot. Maybe I changed or she ran out of interesting new research to share, but I felt that this book didn?t give me too much. It felt like a reiteration of her previous findings but the examples are more relevant for managers. ...

    ??? ?? ?????? ?????? ???? ????? ???????? ???????? ??????????? ?????? ????. ???? ????? ??????? ????? ????? ???? ?? ??? ????? ??????? ?????? ??? ????? ?? ???...

    This book combines Brene's (we're friends in my head) previous work and puts it in the context of being a strong, healthy leader. She takes her work on wholehearted living (Gifts of Imperfection), vulnerability & shame (Daring Greatly), the reckoning, rumble & revolution (Risin...

    This book helped me to try and understand my coworkers and to at least be more empathetic to where they are coming from. I still struggle with emotions in others, vulnerability and being compassionate to feelings I do not understand, but I think reading Brown's books have helped get me...

    I love BrenÚ Brown! I didn?t love this book though. It felt like a repackaging of her previous works. ...

    I listened to this, and immediately listened to it again. Yep, that good. I love BrenÚ's work and research, I have found it so immeasurably helpful and pertinent in my life and my relatioships. This book focuses her work on shame and communication into a workplace arena more than a pe...

    I received this book from the goodreads giveaways. A very informative book on how to take down that armory. We are all vulnerable. it is hard to have confrontations with others or get our feelings out there. Brene' Brown gives good advice on how to get along with co-workers whether if ...

    With respect to BrenÚ Brown, I could not even finish this book; as the genre goes, it's probably a wonderful work. But I hate this genre of books and don't know why I continue to seek them out with the na´ve hope that I might find an exception to the rule. Attempting to read Dare to ...

    Courage > Comfort. ...

    Engaging, easy to listen to, and thought provoking. I want to live in a world with braver, bolder leaders, and I want to be able to pass that kind of world on to my children, p.4. BrenÚ Brown holds a doctorate of philosophy in social work from the University of Houston and has sp...

    The last self-help book I read was The Secret by Rhonda Byrne and that was approximately a decade ago. I made a simple decision. I won't do self-help books. Ever. Again. I would be telling lies if I say I have never been curious when people around me have talked about so and so self-h...

    Brene Brown's "Dare To Lead" takes several discoveries and ideals from Brown's previous books and compiles them into a guide to be successful in business and leadership pursuits. A combination of personal stories, research from a wide variety of fields and concepts, Brown talks about h...

    My coworker, who I respect very much, recommended this book to me. I was a little hesitant at first because I think that business books such as this one tend to blame people who are subjected to systemic oppression by insisting that, if they simply change their mindset, or just think p...

    ??? I?m working on creating a Build the Trainer program and the current training materials just brush on leadership. This book has given me an arsenal of language and activities to increase confidence and competence in leadership and training. A bit of a culmination o...

    I pretty much bought this the day it was released and read it straightaway, which I never do. This book is full of wisdom, clear explanations (mostly), good stories, and BrenÚ Brown's readable and relatable voice. In a couple of places it gets a little abstract; I think even clearer e...

    Well... now I can name and list my bad leadership habits. I?m a work in progress, people! ...

    There are sections that are quite "business-y", but still a TON of great thoughts and advice about the rest of life. SO glad to hear Brene's voice again. ...

    I first came across her in her outstanding Ted talk, quite a time ago. The talk was about vulnerability, at that time the studio work we were faced with each day, dismissed any show of empathy or vulnerability, and demanding to face tons of feedback (mostly negative). It tore away any ...

    BrenÚ Brown has done it again. Throughout this book, I was reminded of things that were present in Daring Greatly, Rising Strong and Braving the Wilderness, but both circumstances in my personal life and reframing these ideas for my professional life presented opportunities to reflect...

    I love how Brene Brown brings shame-busting ideas into everyday life ? this time for work. She?s not as spiritually focused as I?d like, but her tips are useful, and I like her examples. One was from Costco, when employees clapped after some straight talk from their CEO. They tol...

    I have reviewed this book on Amazon Kindle. It is a unique approach to leadership which starts with letting yourself be vulnerable and stripping away the armor and ego which make executives inaccessible to the real problems of running a business. Brenet Brown has studied hundreds of or...

    Goodness this book is filled with stuff that make you think. Lots of good advices. What I have a hard time with is how she problematizes in detail every little feeling, thought and action. Who can live like that? It just makes me exhausted. I will take what I need and leave what I don?...

    I truly wish that everyone I work with, have a relationship with... frankly, every person I encounter on the streetcar... would read this book. If not putting it's insights and learnings into practice, at least giving thought to wholeheartedness, and leading with courage. I think it wo...

    Not my type of book. Was asked to read it for work, and while there was plenty of information that felt like it would be useful, it was not easy to draw out of the book. This was largely due to fuzzy, unspecific language used throughout and no clear hierarchy of information. Some good ...

  • Rose
    Oct 12, 2018

    Brene?s gone corporate. The 99% of us who latched onto her as a hardworking mom and smart researcher who thought hard and fought her way through to some amazing, amazingly put insights... well, in my opinion, that lady is gone. In her place is a motivational speaker who is most inter...

    So, I really appreciate BrenÚ Brown. I love her books. I love her cussing (which she does in her talks more than her books) and, most of all, I love her staggering vulnerability and empathy. Dare To Lead continues her conquest of shame, dysfunction, ego, hate, indifference, and ev...

    It?s Brene Brown for your corporate retreat! I was turned off by the management speech, which I thought she said in the beginning she wouldn?t do (the temptation is great). I was also annoyed at the commodification of her vulnerability insights into cute little worlds. ?We?re g...

    I had a long drive to make this week and couldn't decide between buying this on audio or picking it up in print, and a friend suggested I listen to it on audio, then when it hits in paperback, buy that and mark it up. I think this was a great suggestion, and it was a nice reminder, too...

    I love Brene Brown, her first few books helped me a lot. Maybe I changed or she ran out of interesting new research to share, but I felt that this book didn?t give me too much. It felt like a reiteration of her previous findings but the examples are more relevant for managers. ...

    ??? ?? ?????? ?????? ???? ????? ???????? ???????? ??????????? ?????? ????. ???? ????? ??????? ????? ????? ???? ?? ??? ????? ??????? ?????? ??? ????? ?? ???...

    This book combines Brene's (we're friends in my head) previous work and puts it in the context of being a strong, healthy leader. She takes her work on wholehearted living (Gifts of Imperfection), vulnerability & shame (Daring Greatly), the reckoning, rumble & revolution (Risin...

    This book helped me to try and understand my coworkers and to at least be more empathetic to where they are coming from. I still struggle with emotions in others, vulnerability and being compassionate to feelings I do not understand, but I think reading Brown's books have helped get me...

    I love BrenÚ Brown! I didn?t love this book though. It felt like a repackaging of her previous works. ...

    I listened to this, and immediately listened to it again. Yep, that good. I love BrenÚ's work and research, I have found it so immeasurably helpful and pertinent in my life and my relatioships. This book focuses her work on shame and communication into a workplace arena more than a pe...

    I received this book from the goodreads giveaways. A very informative book on how to take down that armory. We are all vulnerable. it is hard to have confrontations with others or get our feelings out there. Brene' Brown gives good advice on how to get along with co-workers whether if ...

    With respect to BrenÚ Brown, I could not even finish this book; as the genre goes, it's probably a wonderful work. But I hate this genre of books and don't know why I continue to seek them out with the na´ve hope that I might find an exception to the rule. Attempting to read Dare to ...

    Courage > Comfort. ...

    Engaging, easy to listen to, and thought provoking. I want to live in a world with braver, bolder leaders, and I want to be able to pass that kind of world on to my children, p.4. BrenÚ Brown holds a doctorate of philosophy in social work from the University of Houston and has sp...

    The last self-help book I read was The Secret by Rhonda Byrne and that was approximately a decade ago. I made a simple decision. I won't do self-help books. Ever. Again. I would be telling lies if I say I have never been curious when people around me have talked about so and so self-h...

    Brene Brown's "Dare To Lead" takes several discoveries and ideals from Brown's previous books and compiles them into a guide to be successful in business and leadership pursuits. A combination of personal stories, research from a wide variety of fields and concepts, Brown talks about h...

  • Stephanie
    Oct 11, 2018

    Brene?s gone corporate. The 99% of us who latched onto her as a hardworking mom and smart researcher who thought hard and fought her way through to some amazing, amazingly put insights... well, in my opinion, that lady is gone. In her place is a motivational speaker who is most inter...

    So, I really appreciate BrenÚ Brown. I love her books. I love her cussing (which she does in her talks more than her books) and, most of all, I love her staggering vulnerability and empathy. Dare To Lead continues her conquest of shame, dysfunction, ego, hate, indifference, and ev...

    It?s Brene Brown for your corporate retreat! I was turned off by the management speech, which I thought she said in the beginning she wouldn?t do (the temptation is great). I was also annoyed at the commodification of her vulnerability insights into cute little worlds. ?We?re g...

    I had a long drive to make this week and couldn't decide between buying this on audio or picking it up in print, and a friend suggested I listen to it on audio, then when it hits in paperback, buy that and mark it up. I think this was a great suggestion, and it was a nice reminder, too...

    I love Brene Brown, her first few books helped me a lot. Maybe I changed or she ran out of interesting new research to share, but I felt that this book didn?t give me too much. It felt like a reiteration of her previous findings but the examples are more relevant for managers. ...

    ??? ?? ?????? ?????? ???? ????? ???????? ???????? ??????????? ?????? ????. ???? ????? ??????? ????? ????? ???? ?? ??? ????? ??????? ?????? ??? ????? ?? ???...

    This book combines Brene's (we're friends in my head) previous work and puts it in the context of being a strong, healthy leader. She takes her work on wholehearted living (Gifts of Imperfection), vulnerability & shame (Daring Greatly), the reckoning, rumble & revolution (Risin...

    This book helped me to try and understand my coworkers and to at least be more empathetic to where they are coming from. I still struggle with emotions in others, vulnerability and being compassionate to feelings I do not understand, but I think reading Brown's books have helped get me...

    I love BrenÚ Brown! I didn?t love this book though. It felt like a repackaging of her previous works. ...

    I listened to this, and immediately listened to it again. Yep, that good. I love BrenÚ's work and research, I have found it so immeasurably helpful and pertinent in my life and my relatioships. This book focuses her work on shame and communication into a workplace arena more than a pe...

    I received this book from the goodreads giveaways. A very informative book on how to take down that armory. We are all vulnerable. it is hard to have confrontations with others or get our feelings out there. Brene' Brown gives good advice on how to get along with co-workers whether if ...

    With respect to BrenÚ Brown, I could not even finish this book; as the genre goes, it's probably a wonderful work. But I hate this genre of books and don't know why I continue to seek them out with the na´ve hope that I might find an exception to the rule. Attempting to read Dare to ...

    Courage > Comfort. ...

  • Amy Brown
    Oct 22, 2018

    Brene?s gone corporate. The 99% of us who latched onto her as a hardworking mom and smart researcher who thought hard and fought her way through to some amazing, amazingly put insights... well, in my opinion, that lady is gone. In her place is a motivational speaker who is most inter...

    So, I really appreciate BrenÚ Brown. I love her books. I love her cussing (which she does in her talks more than her books) and, most of all, I love her staggering vulnerability and empathy. Dare To Lead continues her conquest of shame, dysfunction, ego, hate, indifference, and ev...

    It?s Brene Brown for your corporate retreat! I was turned off by the management speech, which I thought she said in the beginning she wouldn?t do (the temptation is great). I was also annoyed at the commodification of her vulnerability insights into cute little worlds. ?We?re g...

    I had a long drive to make this week and couldn't decide between buying this on audio or picking it up in print, and a friend suggested I listen to it on audio, then when it hits in paperback, buy that and mark it up. I think this was a great suggestion, and it was a nice reminder, too...

    I love Brene Brown, her first few books helped me a lot. Maybe I changed or she ran out of interesting new research to share, but I felt that this book didn?t give me too much. It felt like a reiteration of her previous findings but the examples are more relevant for managers. ...

    ??? ?? ?????? ?????? ???? ????? ???????? ???????? ??????????? ?????? ????. ???? ????? ??????? ????? ????? ???? ?? ??? ????? ??????? ?????? ??? ????? ?? ???...

    This book combines Brene's (we're friends in my head) previous work and puts it in the context of being a strong, healthy leader. She takes her work on wholehearted living (Gifts of Imperfection), vulnerability & shame (Daring Greatly), the reckoning, rumble & revolution (Risin...

    This book helped me to try and understand my coworkers and to at least be more empathetic to where they are coming from. I still struggle with emotions in others, vulnerability and being compassionate to feelings I do not understand, but I think reading Brown's books have helped get me...

    I love BrenÚ Brown! I didn?t love this book though. It felt like a repackaging of her previous works. ...

    I listened to this, and immediately listened to it again. Yep, that good. I love BrenÚ's work and research, I have found it so immeasurably helpful and pertinent in my life and my relatioships. This book focuses her work on shame and communication into a workplace arena more than a pe...

    I received this book from the goodreads giveaways. A very informative book on how to take down that armory. We are all vulnerable. it is hard to have confrontations with others or get our feelings out there. Brene' Brown gives good advice on how to get along with co-workers whether if ...

    With respect to BrenÚ Brown, I could not even finish this book; as the genre goes, it's probably a wonderful work. But I hate this genre of books and don't know why I continue to seek them out with the na´ve hope that I might find an exception to the rule. Attempting to read Dare to ...

    Courage > Comfort. ...

    Engaging, easy to listen to, and thought provoking. I want to live in a world with braver, bolder leaders, and I want to be able to pass that kind of world on to my children, p.4. BrenÚ Brown holds a doctorate of philosophy in social work from the University of Houston and has sp...

    The last self-help book I read was The Secret by Rhonda Byrne and that was approximately a decade ago. I made a simple decision. I won't do self-help books. Ever. Again. I would be telling lies if I say I have never been curious when people around me have talked about so and so self-h...

    Brene Brown's "Dare To Lead" takes several discoveries and ideals from Brown's previous books and compiles them into a guide to be successful in business and leadership pursuits. A combination of personal stories, research from a wide variety of fields and concepts, Brown talks about h...

    My coworker, who I respect very much, recommended this book to me. I was a little hesitant at first because I think that business books such as this one tend to blame people who are subjected to systemic oppression by insisting that, if they simply change their mindset, or just think p...

    ??? I?m working on creating a Build the Trainer program and the current training materials just brush on leadership. This book has given me an arsenal of language and activities to increase confidence and competence in leadership and training. A bit of a culmination o...

    I pretty much bought this the day it was released and read it straightaway, which I never do. This book is full of wisdom, clear explanations (mostly), good stories, and BrenÚ Brown's readable and relatable voice. In a couple of places it gets a little abstract; I think even clearer e...

  • Lori
    Oct 23, 2018

    Brene?s gone corporate. The 99% of us who latched onto her as a hardworking mom and smart researcher who thought hard and fought her way through to some amazing, amazingly put insights... well, in my opinion, that lady is gone. In her place is a motivational speaker who is most inter...

    So, I really appreciate BrenÚ Brown. I love her books. I love her cussing (which she does in her talks more than her books) and, most of all, I love her staggering vulnerability and empathy. Dare To Lead continues her conquest of shame, dysfunction, ego, hate, indifference, and ev...

    It?s Brene Brown for your corporate retreat! I was turned off by the management speech, which I thought she said in the beginning she wouldn?t do (the temptation is great). I was also annoyed at the commodification of her vulnerability insights into cute little worlds. ?We?re g...

    I had a long drive to make this week and couldn't decide between buying this on audio or picking it up in print, and a friend suggested I listen to it on audio, then when it hits in paperback, buy that and mark it up. I think this was a great suggestion, and it was a nice reminder, too...

    I love Brene Brown, her first few books helped me a lot. Maybe I changed or she ran out of interesting new research to share, but I felt that this book didn?t give me too much. It felt like a reiteration of her previous findings but the examples are more relevant for managers. ...

    ??? ?? ?????? ?????? ???? ????? ???????? ???????? ??????????? ?????? ????. ???? ????? ??????? ????? ????? ???? ?? ??? ????? ??????? ?????? ??? ????? ?? ???...

    This book combines Brene's (we're friends in my head) previous work and puts it in the context of being a strong, healthy leader. She takes her work on wholehearted living (Gifts of Imperfection), vulnerability & shame (Daring Greatly), the reckoning, rumble & revolution (Risin...

    This book helped me to try and understand my coworkers and to at least be more empathetic to where they are coming from. I still struggle with emotions in others, vulnerability and being compassionate to feelings I do not understand, but I think reading Brown's books have helped get me...

    I love BrenÚ Brown! I didn?t love this book though. It felt like a repackaging of her previous works. ...

    I listened to this, and immediately listened to it again. Yep, that good. I love BrenÚ's work and research, I have found it so immeasurably helpful and pertinent in my life and my relatioships. This book focuses her work on shame and communication into a workplace arena more than a pe...

    I received this book from the goodreads giveaways. A very informative book on how to take down that armory. We are all vulnerable. it is hard to have confrontations with others or get our feelings out there. Brene' Brown gives good advice on how to get along with co-workers whether if ...

  • Megan
    Oct 16, 2018

    Brene?s gone corporate. The 99% of us who latched onto her as a hardworking mom and smart researcher who thought hard and fought her way through to some amazing, amazingly put insights... well, in my opinion, that lady is gone. In her place is a motivational speaker who is most inter...

    So, I really appreciate BrenÚ Brown. I love her books. I love her cussing (which she does in her talks more than her books) and, most of all, I love her staggering vulnerability and empathy. Dare To Lead continues her conquest of shame, dysfunction, ego, hate, indifference, and ev...

    It?s Brene Brown for your corporate retreat! I was turned off by the management speech, which I thought she said in the beginning she wouldn?t do (the temptation is great). I was also annoyed at the commodification of her vulnerability insights into cute little worlds. ?We?re g...

    I had a long drive to make this week and couldn't decide between buying this on audio or picking it up in print, and a friend suggested I listen to it on audio, then when it hits in paperback, buy that and mark it up. I think this was a great suggestion, and it was a nice reminder, too...

    I love Brene Brown, her first few books helped me a lot. Maybe I changed or she ran out of interesting new research to share, but I felt that this book didn?t give me too much. It felt like a reiteration of her previous findings but the examples are more relevant for managers. ...

    ??? ?? ?????? ?????? ???? ????? ???????? ???????? ??????????? ?????? ????. ???? ????? ??????? ????? ????? ???? ?? ??? ????? ??????? ?????? ??? ????? ?? ???...

    This book combines Brene's (we're friends in my head) previous work and puts it in the context of being a strong, healthy leader. She takes her work on wholehearted living (Gifts of Imperfection), vulnerability & shame (Daring Greatly), the reckoning, rumble & revolution (Risin...

    This book helped me to try and understand my coworkers and to at least be more empathetic to where they are coming from. I still struggle with emotions in others, vulnerability and being compassionate to feelings I do not understand, but I think reading Brown's books have helped get me...

    I love BrenÚ Brown! I didn?t love this book though. It felt like a repackaging of her previous works. ...

    I listened to this, and immediately listened to it again. Yep, that good. I love BrenÚ's work and research, I have found it so immeasurably helpful and pertinent in my life and my relatioships. This book focuses her work on shame and communication into a workplace arena more than a pe...

    I received this book from the goodreads giveaways. A very informative book on how to take down that armory. We are all vulnerable. it is hard to have confrontations with others or get our feelings out there. Brene' Brown gives good advice on how to get along with co-workers whether if ...

    With respect to BrenÚ Brown, I could not even finish this book; as the genre goes, it's probably a wonderful work. But I hate this genre of books and don't know why I continue to seek them out with the na´ve hope that I might find an exception to the rule. Attempting to read Dare to ...

    Courage > Comfort. ...

    Engaging, easy to listen to, and thought provoking. I want to live in a world with braver, bolder leaders, and I want to be able to pass that kind of world on to my children, p.4. BrenÚ Brown holds a doctorate of philosophy in social work from the University of Houston and has sp...

    The last self-help book I read was The Secret by Rhonda Byrne and that was approximately a decade ago. I made a simple decision. I won't do self-help books. Ever. Again. I would be telling lies if I say I have never been curious when people around me have talked about so and so self-h...

    Brene Brown's "Dare To Lead" takes several discoveries and ideals from Brown's previous books and compiles them into a guide to be successful in business and leadership pursuits. A combination of personal stories, research from a wide variety of fields and concepts, Brown talks about h...

    My coworker, who I respect very much, recommended this book to me. I was a little hesitant at first because I think that business books such as this one tend to blame people who are subjected to systemic oppression by insisting that, if they simply change their mindset, or just think p...

    ??? I?m working on creating a Build the Trainer program and the current training materials just brush on leadership. This book has given me an arsenal of language and activities to increase confidence and competence in leadership and training. A bit of a culmination o...

    I pretty much bought this the day it was released and read it straightaway, which I never do. This book is full of wisdom, clear explanations (mostly), good stories, and BrenÚ Brown's readable and relatable voice. In a couple of places it gets a little abstract; I think even clearer e...

    Well... now I can name and list my bad leadership habits. I?m a work in progress, people! ...

    There are sections that are quite "business-y", but still a TON of great thoughts and advice about the rest of life. SO glad to hear Brene's voice again. ...

  • Lindzi A
    Nov 03, 2018

    Brene?s gone corporate. The 99% of us who latched onto her as a hardworking mom and smart researcher who thought hard and fought her way through to some amazing, amazingly put insights... well, in my opinion, that lady is gone. In her place is a motivational speaker who is most inter...

    So, I really appreciate BrenÚ Brown. I love her books. I love her cussing (which she does in her talks more than her books) and, most of all, I love her staggering vulnerability and empathy. Dare To Lead continues her conquest of shame, dysfunction, ego, hate, indifference, and ev...

    It?s Brene Brown for your corporate retreat! I was turned off by the management speech, which I thought she said in the beginning she wouldn?t do (the temptation is great). I was also annoyed at the commodification of her vulnerability insights into cute little worlds. ?We?re g...

    I had a long drive to make this week and couldn't decide between buying this on audio or picking it up in print, and a friend suggested I listen to it on audio, then when it hits in paperback, buy that and mark it up. I think this was a great suggestion, and it was a nice reminder, too...

    I love Brene Brown, her first few books helped me a lot. Maybe I changed or she ran out of interesting new research to share, but I felt that this book didn?t give me too much. It felt like a reiteration of her previous findings but the examples are more relevant for managers. ...

    ??? ?? ?????? ?????? ???? ????? ???????? ???????? ??????????? ?????? ????. ???? ????? ??????? ????? ????? ???? ?? ??? ????? ??????? ?????? ??? ????? ?? ???...

    This book combines Brene's (we're friends in my head) previous work and puts it in the context of being a strong, healthy leader. She takes her work on wholehearted living (Gifts of Imperfection), vulnerability & shame (Daring Greatly), the reckoning, rumble & revolution (Risin...

    This book helped me to try and understand my coworkers and to at least be more empathetic to where they are coming from. I still struggle with emotions in others, vulnerability and being compassionate to feelings I do not understand, but I think reading Brown's books have helped get me...

    I love BrenÚ Brown! I didn?t love this book though. It felt like a repackaging of her previous works. ...

    I listened to this, and immediately listened to it again. Yep, that good. I love BrenÚ's work and research, I have found it so immeasurably helpful and pertinent in my life and my relatioships. This book focuses her work on shame and communication into a workplace arena more than a pe...

    I received this book from the goodreads giveaways. A very informative book on how to take down that armory. We are all vulnerable. it is hard to have confrontations with others or get our feelings out there. Brene' Brown gives good advice on how to get along with co-workers whether if ...

    With respect to BrenÚ Brown, I could not even finish this book; as the genre goes, it's probably a wonderful work. But I hate this genre of books and don't know why I continue to seek them out with the na´ve hope that I might find an exception to the rule. Attempting to read Dare to ...

    Courage > Comfort. ...

    Engaging, easy to listen to, and thought provoking. I want to live in a world with braver, bolder leaders, and I want to be able to pass that kind of world on to my children, p.4. BrenÚ Brown holds a doctorate of philosophy in social work from the University of Houston and has sp...

    The last self-help book I read was The Secret by Rhonda Byrne and that was approximately a decade ago. I made a simple decision. I won't do self-help books. Ever. Again. I would be telling lies if I say I have never been curious when people around me have talked about so and so self-h...

    Brene Brown's "Dare To Lead" takes several discoveries and ideals from Brown's previous books and compiles them into a guide to be successful in business and leadership pursuits. A combination of personal stories, research from a wide variety of fields and concepts, Brown talks about h...

    My coworker, who I respect very much, recommended this book to me. I was a little hesitant at first because I think that business books such as this one tend to blame people who are subjected to systemic oppression by insisting that, if they simply change their mindset, or just think p...

    ??? I?m working on creating a Build the Trainer program and the current training materials just brush on leadership. This book has given me an arsenal of language and activities to increase confidence and competence in leadership and training. A bit of a culmination o...

    I pretty much bought this the day it was released and read it straightaway, which I never do. This book is full of wisdom, clear explanations (mostly), good stories, and BrenÚ Brown's readable and relatable voice. In a couple of places it gets a little abstract; I think even clearer e...

    Well... now I can name and list my bad leadership habits. I?m a work in progress, people! ...

    There are sections that are quite "business-y", but still a TON of great thoughts and advice about the rest of life. SO glad to hear Brene's voice again. ...

    I first came across her in her outstanding Ted talk, quite a time ago. The talk was about vulnerability, at that time the studio work we were faced with each day, dismissed any show of empathy or vulnerability, and demanding to face tons of feedback (mostly negative). It tore away any ...

    BrenÚ Brown has done it again. Throughout this book, I was reminded of things that were present in Daring Greatly, Rising Strong and Braving the Wilderness, but both circumstances in my personal life and reframing these ideas for my professional life presented opportunities to reflect...

    I love how Brene Brown brings shame-busting ideas into everyday life ? this time for work. She?s not as spiritually focused as I?d like, but her tips are useful, and I like her examples. One was from Costco, when employees clapped after some straight talk from their CEO. They tol...

    I have reviewed this book on Amazon Kindle. It is a unique approach to leadership which starts with letting yourself be vulnerable and stripping away the armor and ego which make executives inaccessible to the real problems of running a business. Brenet Brown has studied hundreds of or...

    Goodness this book is filled with stuff that make you think. Lots of good advices. What I have a hard time with is how she problematizes in detail every little feeling, thought and action. Who can live like that? It just makes me exhausted. I will take what I need and leave what I don?...

  • Harding Young
    Nov 10, 2018

    Brene?s gone corporate. The 99% of us who latched onto her as a hardworking mom and smart researcher who thought hard and fought her way through to some amazing, amazingly put insights... well, in my opinion, that lady is gone. In her place is a motivational speaker who is most inter...

    So, I really appreciate BrenÚ Brown. I love her books. I love her cussing (which she does in her talks more than her books) and, most of all, I love her staggering vulnerability and empathy. Dare To Lead continues her conquest of shame, dysfunction, ego, hate, indifference, and ev...

    It?s Brene Brown for your corporate retreat! I was turned off by the management speech, which I thought she said in the beginning she wouldn?t do (the temptation is great). I was also annoyed at the commodification of her vulnerability insights into cute little worlds. ?We?re g...

    I had a long drive to make this week and couldn't decide between buying this on audio or picking it up in print, and a friend suggested I listen to it on audio, then when it hits in paperback, buy that and mark it up. I think this was a great suggestion, and it was a nice reminder, too...

    I love Brene Brown, her first few books helped me a lot. Maybe I changed or she ran out of interesting new research to share, but I felt that this book didn?t give me too much. It felt like a reiteration of her previous findings but the examples are more relevant for managers. ...

    ??? ?? ?????? ?????? ???? ????? ???????? ???????? ??????????? ?????? ????. ???? ????? ??????? ????? ????? ???? ?? ??? ????? ??????? ?????? ??? ????? ?? ???...

    This book combines Brene's (we're friends in my head) previous work and puts it in the context of being a strong, healthy leader. She takes her work on wholehearted living (Gifts of Imperfection), vulnerability & shame (Daring Greatly), the reckoning, rumble & revolution (Risin...

    This book helped me to try and understand my coworkers and to at least be more empathetic to where they are coming from. I still struggle with emotions in others, vulnerability and being compassionate to feelings I do not understand, but I think reading Brown's books have helped get me...

    I love BrenÚ Brown! I didn?t love this book though. It felt like a repackaging of her previous works. ...

    I listened to this, and immediately listened to it again. Yep, that good. I love BrenÚ's work and research, I have found it so immeasurably helpful and pertinent in my life and my relatioships. This book focuses her work on shame and communication into a workplace arena more than a pe...

    I received this book from the goodreads giveaways. A very informative book on how to take down that armory. We are all vulnerable. it is hard to have confrontations with others or get our feelings out there. Brene' Brown gives good advice on how to get along with co-workers whether if ...

    With respect to BrenÚ Brown, I could not even finish this book; as the genre goes, it's probably a wonderful work. But I hate this genre of books and don't know why I continue to seek them out with the na´ve hope that I might find an exception to the rule. Attempting to read Dare to ...

    Courage > Comfort. ...

    Engaging, easy to listen to, and thought provoking. I want to live in a world with braver, bolder leaders, and I want to be able to pass that kind of world on to my children, p.4. BrenÚ Brown holds a doctorate of philosophy in social work from the University of Houston and has sp...

    The last self-help book I read was The Secret by Rhonda Byrne and that was approximately a decade ago. I made a simple decision. I won't do self-help books. Ever. Again. I would be telling lies if I say I have never been curious when people around me have talked about so and so self-h...

    Brene Brown's "Dare To Lead" takes several discoveries and ideals from Brown's previous books and compiles them into a guide to be successful in business and leadership pursuits. A combination of personal stories, research from a wide variety of fields and concepts, Brown talks about h...

    My coworker, who I respect very much, recommended this book to me. I was a little hesitant at first because I think that business books such as this one tend to blame people who are subjected to systemic oppression by insisting that, if they simply change their mindset, or just think p...

    ??? I?m working on creating a Build the Trainer program and the current training materials just brush on leadership. This book has given me an arsenal of language and activities to increase confidence and competence in leadership and training. A bit of a culmination o...

    I pretty much bought this the day it was released and read it straightaway, which I never do. This book is full of wisdom, clear explanations (mostly), good stories, and BrenÚ Brown's readable and relatable voice. In a couple of places it gets a little abstract; I think even clearer e...

    Well... now I can name and list my bad leadership habits. I?m a work in progress, people! ...

    There are sections that are quite "business-y", but still a TON of great thoughts and advice about the rest of life. SO glad to hear Brene's voice again. ...

    I first came across her in her outstanding Ted talk, quite a time ago. The talk was about vulnerability, at that time the studio work we were faced with each day, dismissed any show of empathy or vulnerability, and demanding to face tons of feedback (mostly negative). It tore away any ...

    BrenÚ Brown has done it again. Throughout this book, I was reminded of things that were present in Daring Greatly, Rising Strong and Braving the Wilderness, but both circumstances in my personal life and reframing these ideas for my professional life presented opportunities to reflect...

    I love how Brene Brown brings shame-busting ideas into everyday life ? this time for work. She?s not as spiritually focused as I?d like, but her tips are useful, and I like her examples. One was from Costco, when employees clapped after some straight talk from their CEO. They tol...

    I have reviewed this book on Amazon Kindle. It is a unique approach to leadership which starts with letting yourself be vulnerable and stripping away the armor and ego which make executives inaccessible to the real problems of running a business. Brenet Brown has studied hundreds of or...

    Goodness this book is filled with stuff that make you think. Lots of good advices. What I have a hard time with is how she problematizes in detail every little feeling, thought and action. Who can live like that? It just makes me exhausted. I will take what I need and leave what I don?...

    I truly wish that everyone I work with, have a relationship with... frankly, every person I encounter on the streetcar... would read this book. If not putting it's insights and learnings into practice, at least giving thought to wholeheartedness, and leading with courage. I think it wo...

  • Min
    Oct 09, 2018

    Brene?s gone corporate. The 99% of us who latched onto her as a hardworking mom and smart researcher who thought hard and fought her way through to some amazing, amazingly put insights... well, in my opinion, that lady is gone. In her place is a motivational speaker who is most inter...

    So, I really appreciate BrenÚ Brown. I love her books. I love her cussing (which she does in her talks more than her books) and, most of all, I love her staggering vulnerability and empathy. Dare To Lead continues her conquest of shame, dysfunction, ego, hate, indifference, and ev...

  • Sfi-Fi
    Oct 28, 2018

    Brene?s gone corporate. The 99% of us who latched onto her as a hardworking mom and smart researcher who thought hard and fought her way through to some amazing, amazingly put insights... well, in my opinion, that lady is gone. In her place is a motivational speaker who is most inter...

    So, I really appreciate BrenÚ Brown. I love her books. I love her cussing (which she does in her talks more than her books) and, most of all, I love her staggering vulnerability and empathy. Dare To Lead continues her conquest of shame, dysfunction, ego, hate, indifference, and ev...

    It?s Brene Brown for your corporate retreat! I was turned off by the management speech, which I thought she said in the beginning she wouldn?t do (the temptation is great). I was also annoyed at the commodification of her vulnerability insights into cute little worlds. ?We?re g...

    I had a long drive to make this week and couldn't decide between buying this on audio or picking it up in print, and a friend suggested I listen to it on audio, then when it hits in paperback, buy that and mark it up. I think this was a great suggestion, and it was a nice reminder, too...

    I love Brene Brown, her first few books helped me a lot. Maybe I changed or she ran out of interesting new research to share, but I felt that this book didn?t give me too much. It felt like a reiteration of her previous findings but the examples are more relevant for managers. ...

    ??? ?? ?????? ?????? ???? ????? ???????? ???????? ??????????? ?????? ????. ???? ????? ??????? ????? ????? ???? ?? ??? ????? ??????? ?????? ??? ????? ?? ???...

    This book combines Brene's (we're friends in my head) previous work and puts it in the context of being a strong, healthy leader. She takes her work on wholehearted living (Gifts of Imperfection), vulnerability & shame (Daring Greatly), the reckoning, rumble & revolution (Risin...

    This book helped me to try and understand my coworkers and to at least be more empathetic to where they are coming from. I still struggle with emotions in others, vulnerability and being compassionate to feelings I do not understand, but I think reading Brown's books have helped get me...

    I love BrenÚ Brown! I didn?t love this book though. It felt like a repackaging of her previous works. ...

    I listened to this, and immediately listened to it again. Yep, that good. I love BrenÚ's work and research, I have found it so immeasurably helpful and pertinent in my life and my relatioships. This book focuses her work on shame and communication into a workplace arena more than a pe...

    I received this book from the goodreads giveaways. A very informative book on how to take down that armory. We are all vulnerable. it is hard to have confrontations with others or get our feelings out there. Brene' Brown gives good advice on how to get along with co-workers whether if ...

    With respect to BrenÚ Brown, I could not even finish this book; as the genre goes, it's probably a wonderful work. But I hate this genre of books and don't know why I continue to seek them out with the na´ve hope that I might find an exception to the rule. Attempting to read Dare to ...

    Courage > Comfort. ...

    Engaging, easy to listen to, and thought provoking. I want to live in a world with braver, bolder leaders, and I want to be able to pass that kind of world on to my children, p.4. BrenÚ Brown holds a doctorate of philosophy in social work from the University of Houston and has sp...

    The last self-help book I read was The Secret by Rhonda Byrne and that was approximately a decade ago. I made a simple decision. I won't do self-help books. Ever. Again. I would be telling lies if I say I have never been curious when people around me have talked about so and so self-h...

    Brene Brown's "Dare To Lead" takes several discoveries and ideals from Brown's previous books and compiles them into a guide to be successful in business and leadership pursuits. A combination of personal stories, research from a wide variety of fields and concepts, Brown talks about h...

    My coworker, who I respect very much, recommended this book to me. I was a little hesitant at first because I think that business books such as this one tend to blame people who are subjected to systemic oppression by insisting that, if they simply change their mindset, or just think p...

    ??? I?m working on creating a Build the Trainer program and the current training materials just brush on leadership. This book has given me an arsenal of language and activities to increase confidence and competence in leadership and training. A bit of a culmination o...

    I pretty much bought this the day it was released and read it straightaway, which I never do. This book is full of wisdom, clear explanations (mostly), good stories, and BrenÚ Brown's readable and relatable voice. In a couple of places it gets a little abstract; I think even clearer e...

    Well... now I can name and list my bad leadership habits. I?m a work in progress, people! ...

    There are sections that are quite "business-y", but still a TON of great thoughts and advice about the rest of life. SO glad to hear Brene's voice again. ...

    I first came across her in her outstanding Ted talk, quite a time ago. The talk was about vulnerability, at that time the studio work we were faced with each day, dismissed any show of empathy or vulnerability, and demanding to face tons of feedback (mostly negative). It tore away any ...

  • Larry Kirshbaum
    Oct 31, 2018

    Brene?s gone corporate. The 99% of us who latched onto her as a hardworking mom and smart researcher who thought hard and fought her way through to some amazing, amazingly put insights... well, in my opinion, that lady is gone. In her place is a motivational speaker who is most inter...

    So, I really appreciate BrenÚ Brown. I love her books. I love her cussing (which she does in her talks more than her books) and, most of all, I love her staggering vulnerability and empathy. Dare To Lead continues her conquest of shame, dysfunction, ego, hate, indifference, and ev...

    It?s Brene Brown for your corporate retreat! I was turned off by the management speech, which I thought she said in the beginning she wouldn?t do (the temptation is great). I was also annoyed at the commodification of her vulnerability insights into cute little worlds. ?We?re g...

    I had a long drive to make this week and couldn't decide between buying this on audio or picking it up in print, and a friend suggested I listen to it on audio, then when it hits in paperback, buy that and mark it up. I think this was a great suggestion, and it was a nice reminder, too...

    I love Brene Brown, her first few books helped me a lot. Maybe I changed or she ran out of interesting new research to share, but I felt that this book didn?t give me too much. It felt like a reiteration of her previous findings but the examples are more relevant for managers. ...

    ??? ?? ?????? ?????? ???? ????? ???????? ???????? ??????????? ?????? ????. ???? ????? ??????? ????? ????? ???? ?? ??? ????? ??????? ?????? ??? ????? ?? ???...

    This book combines Brene's (we're friends in my head) previous work and puts it in the context of being a strong, healthy leader. She takes her work on wholehearted living (Gifts of Imperfection), vulnerability & shame (Daring Greatly), the reckoning, rumble & revolution (Risin...

    This book helped me to try and understand my coworkers and to at least be more empathetic to where they are coming from. I still struggle with emotions in others, vulnerability and being compassionate to feelings I do not understand, but I think reading Brown's books have helped get me...

    I love BrenÚ Brown! I didn?t love this book though. It felt like a repackaging of her previous works. ...

    I listened to this, and immediately listened to it again. Yep, that good. I love BrenÚ's work and research, I have found it so immeasurably helpful and pertinent in my life and my relatioships. This book focuses her work on shame and communication into a workplace arena more than a pe...

    I received this book from the goodreads giveaways. A very informative book on how to take down that armory. We are all vulnerable. it is hard to have confrontations with others or get our feelings out there. Brene' Brown gives good advice on how to get along with co-workers whether if ...

    With respect to BrenÚ Brown, I could not even finish this book; as the genre goes, it's probably a wonderful work. But I hate this genre of books and don't know why I continue to seek them out with the na´ve hope that I might find an exception to the rule. Attempting to read Dare to ...

    Courage > Comfort. ...

    Engaging, easy to listen to, and thought provoking. I want to live in a world with braver, bolder leaders, and I want to be able to pass that kind of world on to my children, p.4. BrenÚ Brown holds a doctorate of philosophy in social work from the University of Houston and has sp...

    The last self-help book I read was The Secret by Rhonda Byrne and that was approximately a decade ago. I made a simple decision. I won't do self-help books. Ever. Again. I would be telling lies if I say I have never been curious when people around me have talked about so and so self-h...

    Brene Brown's "Dare To Lead" takes several discoveries and ideals from Brown's previous books and compiles them into a guide to be successful in business and leadership pursuits. A combination of personal stories, research from a wide variety of fields and concepts, Brown talks about h...

    My coworker, who I respect very much, recommended this book to me. I was a little hesitant at first because I think that business books such as this one tend to blame people who are subjected to systemic oppression by insisting that, if they simply change their mindset, or just think p...

    ??? I?m working on creating a Build the Trainer program and the current training materials just brush on leadership. This book has given me an arsenal of language and activities to increase confidence and competence in leadership and training. A bit of a culmination o...

    I pretty much bought this the day it was released and read it straightaway, which I never do. This book is full of wisdom, clear explanations (mostly), good stories, and BrenÚ Brown's readable and relatable voice. In a couple of places it gets a little abstract; I think even clearer e...

    Well... now I can name and list my bad leadership habits. I?m a work in progress, people! ...

    There are sections that are quite "business-y", but still a TON of great thoughts and advice about the rest of life. SO glad to hear Brene's voice again. ...

    I first came across her in her outstanding Ted talk, quite a time ago. The talk was about vulnerability, at that time the studio work we were faced with each day, dismissed any show of empathy or vulnerability, and demanding to face tons of feedback (mostly negative). It tore away any ...

    BrenÚ Brown has done it again. Throughout this book, I was reminded of things that were present in Daring Greatly, Rising Strong and Braving the Wilderness, but both circumstances in my personal life and reframing these ideas for my professional life presented opportunities to reflect...

    I love how Brene Brown brings shame-busting ideas into everyday life ? this time for work. She?s not as spiritually focused as I?d like, but her tips are useful, and I like her examples. One was from Costco, when employees clapped after some straight talk from their CEO. They tol...

    I have reviewed this book on Amazon Kindle. It is a unique approach to leadership which starts with letting yourself be vulnerable and stripping away the armor and ego which make executives inaccessible to the real problems of running a business. Brenet Brown has studied hundreds of or...

  • Mehwish Mughal
    Nov 13, 2018

    Brene?s gone corporate. The 99% of us who latched onto her as a hardworking mom and smart researcher who thought hard and fought her way through to some amazing, amazingly put insights... well, in my opinion, that lady is gone. In her place is a motivational speaker who is most inter...

    So, I really appreciate BrenÚ Brown. I love her books. I love her cussing (which she does in her talks more than her books) and, most of all, I love her staggering vulnerability and empathy. Dare To Lead continues her conquest of shame, dysfunction, ego, hate, indifference, and ev...

    It?s Brene Brown for your corporate retreat! I was turned off by the management speech, which I thought she said in the beginning she wouldn?t do (the temptation is great). I was also annoyed at the commodification of her vulnerability insights into cute little worlds. ?We?re g...

    I had a long drive to make this week and couldn't decide between buying this on audio or picking it up in print, and a friend suggested I listen to it on audio, then when it hits in paperback, buy that and mark it up. I think this was a great suggestion, and it was a nice reminder, too...

    I love Brene Brown, her first few books helped me a lot. Maybe I changed or she ran out of interesting new research to share, but I felt that this book didn?t give me too much. It felt like a reiteration of her previous findings but the examples are more relevant for managers. ...

    ??? ?? ?????? ?????? ???? ????? ???????? ???????? ??????????? ?????? ????. ???? ????? ??????? ????? ????? ???? ?? ??? ????? ??????? ?????? ??? ????? ?? ???...

    This book combines Brene's (we're friends in my head) previous work and puts it in the context of being a strong, healthy leader. She takes her work on wholehearted living (Gifts of Imperfection), vulnerability & shame (Daring Greatly), the reckoning, rumble & revolution (Risin...

    This book helped me to try and understand my coworkers and to at least be more empathetic to where they are coming from. I still struggle with emotions in others, vulnerability and being compassionate to feelings I do not understand, but I think reading Brown's books have helped get me...

    I love BrenÚ Brown! I didn?t love this book though. It felt like a repackaging of her previous works. ...

    I listened to this, and immediately listened to it again. Yep, that good. I love BrenÚ's work and research, I have found it so immeasurably helpful and pertinent in my life and my relatioships. This book focuses her work on shame and communication into a workplace arena more than a pe...

    I received this book from the goodreads giveaways. A very informative book on how to take down that armory. We are all vulnerable. it is hard to have confrontations with others or get our feelings out there. Brene' Brown gives good advice on how to get along with co-workers whether if ...

    With respect to BrenÚ Brown, I could not even finish this book; as the genre goes, it's probably a wonderful work. But I hate this genre of books and don't know why I continue to seek them out with the na´ve hope that I might find an exception to the rule. Attempting to read Dare to ...

    Courage > Comfort. ...

    Engaging, easy to listen to, and thought provoking. I want to live in a world with braver, bolder leaders, and I want to be able to pass that kind of world on to my children, p.4. BrenÚ Brown holds a doctorate of philosophy in social work from the University of Houston and has sp...

    The last self-help book I read was The Secret by Rhonda Byrne and that was approximately a decade ago. I made a simple decision. I won't do self-help books. Ever. Again. I would be telling lies if I say I have never been curious when people around me have talked about so and so self-h...

  • G├íbor V├ęszi
    Nov 07, 2018

    Brene?s gone corporate. The 99% of us who latched onto her as a hardworking mom and smart researcher who thought hard and fought her way through to some amazing, amazingly put insights... well, in my opinion, that lady is gone. In her place is a motivational speaker who is most inter...

    So, I really appreciate BrenÚ Brown. I love her books. I love her cussing (which she does in her talks more than her books) and, most of all, I love her staggering vulnerability and empathy. Dare To Lead continues her conquest of shame, dysfunction, ego, hate, indifference, and ev...

    It?s Brene Brown for your corporate retreat! I was turned off by the management speech, which I thought she said in the beginning she wouldn?t do (the temptation is great). I was also annoyed at the commodification of her vulnerability insights into cute little worlds. ?We?re g...

    I had a long drive to make this week and couldn't decide between buying this on audio or picking it up in print, and a friend suggested I listen to it on audio, then when it hits in paperback, buy that and mark it up. I think this was a great suggestion, and it was a nice reminder, too...

    I love Brene Brown, her first few books helped me a lot. Maybe I changed or she ran out of interesting new research to share, but I felt that this book didn?t give me too much. It felt like a reiteration of her previous findings but the examples are more relevant for managers. ...

  • Feisty Harriet
    Nov 12, 2018

    Brene?s gone corporate. The 99% of us who latched onto her as a hardworking mom and smart researcher who thought hard and fought her way through to some amazing, amazingly put insights... well, in my opinion, that lady is gone. In her place is a motivational speaker who is most inter...

    So, I really appreciate BrenÚ Brown. I love her books. I love her cussing (which she does in her talks more than her books) and, most of all, I love her staggering vulnerability and empathy. Dare To Lead continues her conquest of shame, dysfunction, ego, hate, indifference, and ev...

    It?s Brene Brown for your corporate retreat! I was turned off by the management speech, which I thought she said in the beginning she wouldn?t do (the temptation is great). I was also annoyed at the commodification of her vulnerability insights into cute little worlds. ?We?re g...

    I had a long drive to make this week and couldn't decide between buying this on audio or picking it up in print, and a friend suggested I listen to it on audio, then when it hits in paperback, buy that and mark it up. I think this was a great suggestion, and it was a nice reminder, too...

    I love Brene Brown, her first few books helped me a lot. Maybe I changed or she ran out of interesting new research to share, but I felt that this book didn?t give me too much. It felt like a reiteration of her previous findings but the examples are more relevant for managers. ...

    ??? ?? ?????? ?????? ???? ????? ???????? ???????? ??????????? ?????? ????. ???? ????? ??????? ????? ????? ???? ?? ??? ????? ??????? ?????? ??? ????? ?? ???...

    This book combines Brene's (we're friends in my head) previous work and puts it in the context of being a strong, healthy leader. She takes her work on wholehearted living (Gifts of Imperfection), vulnerability & shame (Daring Greatly), the reckoning, rumble & revolution (Risin...

    This book helped me to try and understand my coworkers and to at least be more empathetic to where they are coming from. I still struggle with emotions in others, vulnerability and being compassionate to feelings I do not understand, but I think reading Brown's books have helped get me...

    I love BrenÚ Brown! I didn?t love this book though. It felt like a repackaging of her previous works. ...

    I listened to this, and immediately listened to it again. Yep, that good. I love BrenÚ's work and research, I have found it so immeasurably helpful and pertinent in my life and my relatioships. This book focuses her work on shame and communication into a workplace arena more than a pe...

  • Atif Rahman
    Nov 26, 2018

    Brene?s gone corporate. The 99% of us who latched onto her as a hardworking mom and smart researcher who thought hard and fought her way through to some amazing, amazingly put insights... well, in my opinion, that lady is gone. In her place is a motivational speaker who is most inter...

    So, I really appreciate BrenÚ Brown. I love her books. I love her cussing (which she does in her talks more than her books) and, most of all, I love her staggering vulnerability and empathy. Dare To Lead continues her conquest of shame, dysfunction, ego, hate, indifference, and ev...

    It?s Brene Brown for your corporate retreat! I was turned off by the management speech, which I thought she said in the beginning she wouldn?t do (the temptation is great). I was also annoyed at the commodification of her vulnerability insights into cute little worlds. ?We?re g...

    I had a long drive to make this week and couldn't decide between buying this on audio or picking it up in print, and a friend suggested I listen to it on audio, then when it hits in paperback, buy that and mark it up. I think this was a great suggestion, and it was a nice reminder, too...

    I love Brene Brown, her first few books helped me a lot. Maybe I changed or she ran out of interesting new research to share, but I felt that this book didn?t give me too much. It felt like a reiteration of her previous findings but the examples are more relevant for managers. ...

    ??? ?? ?????? ?????? ???? ????? ???????? ???????? ??????????? ?????? ????. ???? ????? ??????? ????? ????? ???? ?? ??? ????? ??????? ?????? ??? ????? ?? ???...

    This book combines Brene's (we're friends in my head) previous work and puts it in the context of being a strong, healthy leader. She takes her work on wholehearted living (Gifts of Imperfection), vulnerability & shame (Daring Greatly), the reckoning, rumble & revolution (Risin...

    This book helped me to try and understand my coworkers and to at least be more empathetic to where they are coming from. I still struggle with emotions in others, vulnerability and being compassionate to feelings I do not understand, but I think reading Brown's books have helped get me...

    I love BrenÚ Brown! I didn?t love this book though. It felt like a repackaging of her previous works. ...

    I listened to this, and immediately listened to it again. Yep, that good. I love BrenÚ's work and research, I have found it so immeasurably helpful and pertinent in my life and my relatioships. This book focuses her work on shame and communication into a workplace arena more than a pe...

    I received this book from the goodreads giveaways. A very informative book on how to take down that armory. We are all vulnerable. it is hard to have confrontations with others or get our feelings out there. Brene' Brown gives good advice on how to get along with co-workers whether if ...

    With respect to BrenÚ Brown, I could not even finish this book; as the genre goes, it's probably a wonderful work. But I hate this genre of books and don't know why I continue to seek them out with the na´ve hope that I might find an exception to the rule. Attempting to read Dare to ...

    Courage > Comfort. ...

    Engaging, easy to listen to, and thought provoking. I want to live in a world with braver, bolder leaders, and I want to be able to pass that kind of world on to my children, p.4. BrenÚ Brown holds a doctorate of philosophy in social work from the University of Houston and has sp...

    The last self-help book I read was The Secret by Rhonda Byrne and that was approximately a decade ago. I made a simple decision. I won't do self-help books. Ever. Again. I would be telling lies if I say I have never been curious when people around me have talked about so and so self-h...

    Brene Brown's "Dare To Lead" takes several discoveries and ideals from Brown's previous books and compiles them into a guide to be successful in business and leadership pursuits. A combination of personal stories, research from a wide variety of fields and concepts, Brown talks about h...

    My coworker, who I respect very much, recommended this book to me. I was a little hesitant at first because I think that business books such as this one tend to blame people who are subjected to systemic oppression by insisting that, if they simply change their mindset, or just think p...

    ??? I?m working on creating a Build the Trainer program and the current training materials just brush on leadership. This book has given me an arsenal of language and activities to increase confidence and competence in leadership and training. A bit of a culmination o...

    I pretty much bought this the day it was released and read it straightaway, which I never do. This book is full of wisdom, clear explanations (mostly), good stories, and BrenÚ Brown's readable and relatable voice. In a couple of places it gets a little abstract; I think even clearer e...

    Well... now I can name and list my bad leadership habits. I?m a work in progress, people! ...

    There are sections that are quite "business-y", but still a TON of great thoughts and advice about the rest of life. SO glad to hear Brene's voice again. ...

    I first came across her in her outstanding Ted talk, quite a time ago. The talk was about vulnerability, at that time the studio work we were faced with each day, dismissed any show of empathy or vulnerability, and demanding to face tons of feedback (mostly negative). It tore away any ...

    BrenÚ Brown has done it again. Throughout this book, I was reminded of things that were present in Daring Greatly, Rising Strong and Braving the Wilderness, but both circumstances in my personal life and reframing these ideas for my professional life presented opportunities to reflect...

    I love how Brene Brown brings shame-busting ideas into everyday life ? this time for work. She?s not as spiritually focused as I?d like, but her tips are useful, and I like her examples. One was from Costco, when employees clapped after some straight talk from their CEO. They tol...

    I have reviewed this book on Amazon Kindle. It is a unique approach to leadership which starts with letting yourself be vulnerable and stripping away the armor and ego which make executives inaccessible to the real problems of running a business. Brenet Brown has studied hundreds of or...

    Goodness this book is filled with stuff that make you think. Lots of good advices. What I have a hard time with is how she problematizes in detail every little feeling, thought and action. Who can live like that? It just makes me exhausted. I will take what I need and leave what I don?...

    I truly wish that everyone I work with, have a relationship with... frankly, every person I encounter on the streetcar... would read this book. If not putting it's insights and learnings into practice, at least giving thought to wholeheartedness, and leading with courage. I think it wo...

    Not my type of book. Was asked to read it for work, and while there was plenty of information that felt like it would be useful, it was not easy to draw out of the book. This was largely due to fuzzy, unspecific language used throughout and no clear hierarchy of information. Some good ...

    I feel like this book could be strengthened by the inclusion of specific case studies illustrating the points Dr. Brown makes throughout the book. She included some of her personal experiences, but I think it would have been more meaningful and interesting if she had relayed specific c...

    This book lives up to Brene Brown's awesoeme TED talk on the power of vulnerability. She takes a more holistic approach to empathy as a foundational leadership skill and elaborates fundamental concepts of trust, emotion , persuasion, goals and bravery. Must read book for all. ...

  • Charlene Pineda
    Nov 07, 2018

    Brene?s gone corporate. The 99% of us who latched onto her as a hardworking mom and smart researcher who thought hard and fought her way through to some amazing, amazingly put insights... well, in my opinion, that lady is gone. In her place is a motivational speaker who is most inter...

    So, I really appreciate BrenÚ Brown. I love her books. I love her cussing (which she does in her talks more than her books) and, most of all, I love her staggering vulnerability and empathy. Dare To Lead continues her conquest of shame, dysfunction, ego, hate, indifference, and ev...

    It?s Brene Brown for your corporate retreat! I was turned off by the management speech, which I thought she said in the beginning she wouldn?t do (the temptation is great). I was also annoyed at the commodification of her vulnerability insights into cute little worlds. ?We?re g...

    I had a long drive to make this week and couldn't decide between buying this on audio or picking it up in print, and a friend suggested I listen to it on audio, then when it hits in paperback, buy that and mark it up. I think this was a great suggestion, and it was a nice reminder, too...

    I love Brene Brown, her first few books helped me a lot. Maybe I changed or she ran out of interesting new research to share, but I felt that this book didn?t give me too much. It felt like a reiteration of her previous findings but the examples are more relevant for managers. ...

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    This book combines Brene's (we're friends in my head) previous work and puts it in the context of being a strong, healthy leader. She takes her work on wholehearted living (Gifts of Imperfection), vulnerability & shame (Daring Greatly), the reckoning, rumble & revolution (Risin...

    This book helped me to try and understand my coworkers and to at least be more empathetic to where they are coming from. I still struggle with emotions in others, vulnerability and being compassionate to feelings I do not understand, but I think reading Brown's books have helped get me...

    I love BrenÚ Brown! I didn?t love this book though. It felt like a repackaging of her previous works. ...

  • Shanique Edwards
    Oct 18, 2018

    Brene?s gone corporate. The 99% of us who latched onto her as a hardworking mom and smart researcher who thought hard and fought her way through to some amazing, amazingly put insights... well, in my opinion, that lady is gone. In her place is a motivational speaker who is most inter...

    So, I really appreciate BrenÚ Brown. I love her books. I love her cussing (which she does in her talks more than her books) and, most of all, I love her staggering vulnerability and empathy. Dare To Lead continues her conquest of shame, dysfunction, ego, hate, indifference, and ev...

    It?s Brene Brown for your corporate retreat! I was turned off by the management speech, which I thought she said in the beginning she wouldn?t do (the temptation is great). I was also annoyed at the commodification of her vulnerability insights into cute little worlds. ?We?re g...

    I had a long drive to make this week and couldn't decide between buying this on audio or picking it up in print, and a friend suggested I listen to it on audio, then when it hits in paperback, buy that and mark it up. I think this was a great suggestion, and it was a nice reminder, too...

    I love Brene Brown, her first few books helped me a lot. Maybe I changed or she ran out of interesting new research to share, but I felt that this book didn?t give me too much. It felt like a reiteration of her previous findings but the examples are more relevant for managers. ...

    ??? ?? ?????? ?????? ???? ????? ???????? ???????? ??????????? ?????? ????. ???? ????? ??????? ????? ????? ???? ?? ??? ????? ??????? ?????? ??? ????? ?? ???...

    This book combines Brene's (we're friends in my head) previous work and puts it in the context of being a strong, healthy leader. She takes her work on wholehearted living (Gifts of Imperfection), vulnerability & shame (Daring Greatly), the reckoning, rumble & revolution (Risin...

  • Carrie Templeton
    Oct 26, 2018

    Brene?s gone corporate. The 99% of us who latched onto her as a hardworking mom and smart researcher who thought hard and fought her way through to some amazing, amazingly put insights... well, in my opinion, that lady is gone. In her place is a motivational speaker who is most inter...

    So, I really appreciate BrenÚ Brown. I love her books. I love her cussing (which she does in her talks more than her books) and, most of all, I love her staggering vulnerability and empathy. Dare To Lead continues her conquest of shame, dysfunction, ego, hate, indifference, and ev...

    It?s Brene Brown for your corporate retreat! I was turned off by the management speech, which I thought she said in the beginning she wouldn?t do (the temptation is great). I was also annoyed at the commodification of her vulnerability insights into cute little worlds. ?We?re g...

    I had a long drive to make this week and couldn't decide between buying this on audio or picking it up in print, and a friend suggested I listen to it on audio, then when it hits in paperback, buy that and mark it up. I think this was a great suggestion, and it was a nice reminder, too...

    I love Brene Brown, her first few books helped me a lot. Maybe I changed or she ran out of interesting new research to share, but I felt that this book didn?t give me too much. It felt like a reiteration of her previous findings but the examples are more relevant for managers. ...

    ??? ?? ?????? ?????? ???? ????? ???????? ???????? ??????????? ?????? ????. ???? ????? ??????? ????? ????? ???? ?? ??? ????? ??????? ?????? ??? ????? ?? ???...

    This book combines Brene's (we're friends in my head) previous work and puts it in the context of being a strong, healthy leader. She takes her work on wholehearted living (Gifts of Imperfection), vulnerability & shame (Daring Greatly), the reckoning, rumble & revolution (Risin...

    This book helped me to try and understand my coworkers and to at least be more empathetic to where they are coming from. I still struggle with emotions in others, vulnerability and being compassionate to feelings I do not understand, but I think reading Brown's books have helped get me...

    I love BrenÚ Brown! I didn?t love this book though. It felt like a repackaging of her previous works. ...

    I listened to this, and immediately listened to it again. Yep, that good. I love BrenÚ's work and research, I have found it so immeasurably helpful and pertinent in my life and my relatioships. This book focuses her work on shame and communication into a workplace arena more than a pe...

    I received this book from the goodreads giveaways. A very informative book on how to take down that armory. We are all vulnerable. it is hard to have confrontations with others or get our feelings out there. Brene' Brown gives good advice on how to get along with co-workers whether if ...

    With respect to BrenÚ Brown, I could not even finish this book; as the genre goes, it's probably a wonderful work. But I hate this genre of books and don't know why I continue to seek them out with the na´ve hope that I might find an exception to the rule. Attempting to read Dare to ...

    Courage > Comfort. ...

    Engaging, easy to listen to, and thought provoking. I want to live in a world with braver, bolder leaders, and I want to be able to pass that kind of world on to my children, p.4. BrenÚ Brown holds a doctorate of philosophy in social work from the University of Houston and has sp...

    The last self-help book I read was The Secret by Rhonda Byrne and that was approximately a decade ago. I made a simple decision. I won't do self-help books. Ever. Again. I would be telling lies if I say I have never been curious when people around me have talked about so and so self-h...

    Brene Brown's "Dare To Lead" takes several discoveries and ideals from Brown's previous books and compiles them into a guide to be successful in business and leadership pursuits. A combination of personal stories, research from a wide variety of fields and concepts, Brown talks about h...

    My coworker, who I respect very much, recommended this book to me. I was a little hesitant at first because I think that business books such as this one tend to blame people who are subjected to systemic oppression by insisting that, if they simply change their mindset, or just think p...

    ??? I?m working on creating a Build the Trainer program and the current training materials just brush on leadership. This book has given me an arsenal of language and activities to increase confidence and competence in leadership and training. A bit of a culmination o...

  • Amelia Laing
    Nov 13, 2018

    Brene?s gone corporate. The 99% of us who latched onto her as a hardworking mom and smart researcher who thought hard and fought her way through to some amazing, amazingly put insights... well, in my opinion, that lady is gone. In her place is a motivational speaker who is most inter...

    So, I really appreciate BrenÚ Brown. I love her books. I love her cussing (which she does in her talks more than her books) and, most of all, I love her staggering vulnerability and empathy. Dare To Lead continues her conquest of shame, dysfunction, ego, hate, indifference, and ev...

    It?s Brene Brown for your corporate retreat! I was turned off by the management speech, which I thought she said in the beginning she wouldn?t do (the temptation is great). I was also annoyed at the commodification of her vulnerability insights into cute little worlds. ?We?re g...

    I had a long drive to make this week and couldn't decide between buying this on audio or picking it up in print, and a friend suggested I listen to it on audio, then when it hits in paperback, buy that and mark it up. I think this was a great suggestion, and it was a nice reminder, too...

    I love Brene Brown, her first few books helped me a lot. Maybe I changed or she ran out of interesting new research to share, but I felt that this book didn?t give me too much. It felt like a reiteration of her previous findings but the examples are more relevant for managers. ...

    ??? ?? ?????? ?????? ???? ????? ???????? ???????? ??????????? ?????? ????. ???? ????? ??????? ????? ????? ???? ?? ??? ????? ??????? ?????? ??? ????? ?? ???...

    This book combines Brene's (we're friends in my head) previous work and puts it in the context of being a strong, healthy leader. She takes her work on wholehearted living (Gifts of Imperfection), vulnerability & shame (Daring Greatly), the reckoning, rumble & revolution (Risin...

    This book helped me to try and understand my coworkers and to at least be more empathetic to where they are coming from. I still struggle with emotions in others, vulnerability and being compassionate to feelings I do not understand, but I think reading Brown's books have helped get me...

    I love BrenÚ Brown! I didn?t love this book though. It felt like a repackaging of her previous works. ...

    I listened to this, and immediately listened to it again. Yep, that good. I love BrenÚ's work and research, I have found it so immeasurably helpful and pertinent in my life and my relatioships. This book focuses her work on shame and communication into a workplace arena more than a pe...

    I received this book from the goodreads giveaways. A very informative book on how to take down that armory. We are all vulnerable. it is hard to have confrontations with others or get our feelings out there. Brene' Brown gives good advice on how to get along with co-workers whether if ...

    With respect to BrenÚ Brown, I could not even finish this book; as the genre goes, it's probably a wonderful work. But I hate this genre of books and don't know why I continue to seek them out with the na´ve hope that I might find an exception to the rule. Attempting to read Dare to ...

    Courage > Comfort. ...

    Engaging, easy to listen to, and thought provoking. I want to live in a world with braver, bolder leaders, and I want to be able to pass that kind of world on to my children, p.4. BrenÚ Brown holds a doctorate of philosophy in social work from the University of Houston and has sp...

    The last self-help book I read was The Secret by Rhonda Byrne and that was approximately a decade ago. I made a simple decision. I won't do self-help books. Ever. Again. I would be telling lies if I say I have never been curious when people around me have talked about so and so self-h...

    Brene Brown's "Dare To Lead" takes several discoveries and ideals from Brown's previous books and compiles them into a guide to be successful in business and leadership pursuits. A combination of personal stories, research from a wide variety of fields and concepts, Brown talks about h...

    My coworker, who I respect very much, recommended this book to me. I was a little hesitant at first because I think that business books such as this one tend to blame people who are subjected to systemic oppression by insisting that, if they simply change their mindset, or just think p...

  • ěąě»ě▒┘Őě│
    Dec 07, 2018

    Brene?s gone corporate. The 99% of us who latched onto her as a hardworking mom and smart researcher who thought hard and fought her way through to some amazing, amazingly put insights... well, in my opinion, that lady is gone. In her place is a motivational speaker who is most inter...

    So, I really appreciate BrenÚ Brown. I love her books. I love her cussing (which she does in her talks more than her books) and, most of all, I love her staggering vulnerability and empathy. Dare To Lead continues her conquest of shame, dysfunction, ego, hate, indifference, and ev...

    It?s Brene Brown for your corporate retreat! I was turned off by the management speech, which I thought she said in the beginning she wouldn?t do (the temptation is great). I was also annoyed at the commodification of her vulnerability insights into cute little worlds. ?We?re g...

    I had a long drive to make this week and couldn't decide between buying this on audio or picking it up in print, and a friend suggested I listen to it on audio, then when it hits in paperback, buy that and mark it up. I think this was a great suggestion, and it was a nice reminder, too...

    I love Brene Brown, her first few books helped me a lot. Maybe I changed or she ran out of interesting new research to share, but I felt that this book didn?t give me too much. It felt like a reiteration of her previous findings but the examples are more relevant for managers. ...

    ??? ?? ?????? ?????? ???? ????? ???????? ???????? ??????????? ?????? ????. ???? ????? ??????? ????? ????? ???? ?? ??? ????? ??????? ?????? ??? ????? ?? ???...

  • Veronica
    Oct 18, 2018

    Brene?s gone corporate. The 99% of us who latched onto her as a hardworking mom and smart researcher who thought hard and fought her way through to some amazing, amazingly put insights... well, in my opinion, that lady is gone. In her place is a motivational speaker who is most inter...

    So, I really appreciate BrenÚ Brown. I love her books. I love her cussing (which she does in her talks more than her books) and, most of all, I love her staggering vulnerability and empathy. Dare To Lead continues her conquest of shame, dysfunction, ego, hate, indifference, and ev...

    It?s Brene Brown for your corporate retreat! I was turned off by the management speech, which I thought she said in the beginning she wouldn?t do (the temptation is great). I was also annoyed at the commodification of her vulnerability insights into cute little worlds. ?We?re g...

    I had a long drive to make this week and couldn't decide between buying this on audio or picking it up in print, and a friend suggested I listen to it on audio, then when it hits in paperback, buy that and mark it up. I think this was a great suggestion, and it was a nice reminder, too...

    I love Brene Brown, her first few books helped me a lot. Maybe I changed or she ran out of interesting new research to share, but I felt that this book didn?t give me too much. It felt like a reiteration of her previous findings but the examples are more relevant for managers. ...

    ??? ?? ?????? ?????? ???? ????? ???????? ???????? ??????????? ?????? ????. ???? ????? ??????? ????? ????? ???? ?? ??? ????? ??????? ?????? ??? ????? ?? ???...

    This book combines Brene's (we're friends in my head) previous work and puts it in the context of being a strong, healthy leader. She takes her work on wholehearted living (Gifts of Imperfection), vulnerability & shame (Daring Greatly), the reckoning, rumble & revolution (Risin...

    This book helped me to try and understand my coworkers and to at least be more empathetic to where they are coming from. I still struggle with emotions in others, vulnerability and being compassionate to feelings I do not understand, but I think reading Brown's books have helped get me...

    I love BrenÚ Brown! I didn?t love this book though. It felt like a repackaging of her previous works. ...

    I listened to this, and immediately listened to it again. Yep, that good. I love BrenÚ's work and research, I have found it so immeasurably helpful and pertinent in my life and my relatioships. This book focuses her work on shame and communication into a workplace arena more than a pe...

    I received this book from the goodreads giveaways. A very informative book on how to take down that armory. We are all vulnerable. it is hard to have confrontations with others or get our feelings out there. Brene' Brown gives good advice on how to get along with co-workers whether if ...

    With respect to BrenÚ Brown, I could not even finish this book; as the genre goes, it's probably a wonderful work. But I hate this genre of books and don't know why I continue to seek them out with the na´ve hope that I might find an exception to the rule. Attempting to read Dare to ...