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

  • Janssen
    Dec 30, 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. ...

    One of my favorite things about BrenÚ Brown is her delivery. Her writing and conversational style is so easy to relate to and feels genuine. The skills and techniques reviewed in this book will help you formulate what kind of leader you want to be, giving you the tools to become a suc...

    I think this does what it is meant to well. It's a book that pulls together a lot of her other books and findings into one easily digestible source to prompt better connection and leadership within groups of people, mainly companies though she talks about school situations as well. Alt...

    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...

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

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

    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...

    Great principles. Should?ve been a TED talk or article. ...

    My first intro to Brene Brown and I just didn?t dig it. At all. I don?t know if all her books read like this or not but this was a major struggle for me. Read it for book club and honestly I think it would have been better if I had done audible because then it would have just been ...

    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...

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

    Definitely not my favorite Brene. This is the corporate version for sure, and lacks the insight and storytelling I most love her work for. A substantial portion of it is also resummarized from her previous books. ...

    Courage > Comfort. ...

    This was fine, but it felt like a rehash of her last three books. It would be a good place to start if you haven't read Daring Greatly or Braving the Wilderness. The only part that stood out to me was about empathy vs. sympathy. If you've been following Brown for a while you've probabl...

    I liked this but it felt like it petered out a bit toward the end. ...

  • 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. ...

    One of my favorite things about BrenÚ Brown is her delivery. Her writing and conversational style is so easy to relate to and feels genuine. The skills and techniques reviewed in this book will help you formulate what kind of leader you want to be, giving you the tools to become a suc...

    I think this does what it is meant to well. It's a book that pulls together a lot of her other books and findings into one easily digestible source to prompt better connection and leadership within groups of people, mainly companies though she talks about school situations as well. Alt...

    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...

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

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

    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...

    Great principles. Should?ve been a TED talk or article. ...

    My first intro to Brene Brown and I just didn?t dig it. At all. I don?t know if all her books read like this or not but this was a major struggle for me. Read it for book club and honestly I think it would have been better if I had done audible because then it would have just been ...

    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...

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

  • 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. ...

    One of my favorite things about BrenÚ Brown is her delivery. Her writing and conversational style is so easy to relate to and feels genuine. The skills and techniques reviewed in this book will help you formulate what kind of leader you want to be, giving you the tools to become a suc...

    I think this does what it is meant to well. It's a book that pulls together a lot of her other books and findings into one easily digestible source to prompt better connection and leadership within groups of people, mainly companies though she talks about school situations as well. Alt...

    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...

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

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

    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...

  • Kendra
    Jan 09, 2019

    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. ...

    One of my favorite things about BrenÚ Brown is her delivery. Her writing and conversational style is so easy to relate to and feels genuine. The skills and techniques reviewed in this book will help you formulate what kind of leader you want to be, giving you the tools to become a suc...

    I think this does what it is meant to well. It's a book that pulls together a lot of her other books and findings into one easily digestible source to prompt better connection and leadership within groups of people, mainly companies though she talks about school situations as well. Alt...

    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...

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

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

    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...

    Great principles. Should?ve been a TED talk or article. ...

    My first intro to Brene Brown and I just didn?t dig it. At all. I don?t know if all her books read like this or not but this was a major struggle for me. Read it for book club and honestly I think it would have been better if I had done audible because then it would have just been ...

    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...

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

    Definitely not my favorite Brene. This is the corporate version for sure, and lacks the insight and storytelling I most love her work for. A substantial portion of it is also resummarized from her previous books. ...

    Courage > Comfort. ...

    This was fine, but it felt like a rehash of her last three books. It would be a good place to start if you haven't read Daring Greatly or Braving the Wilderness. The only part that stood out to me was about empathy vs. sympathy. If you've been following Brown for a while you've probabl...

    I liked this but it felt like it petered out a bit toward the end. ...

    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 ...

    Yes, there is a lot of repetitive material from previous books, but that's what I love - she brings it all together. I listened to the audiobook, and while that may make it more challenging to do the work, her personality add so much color to the stories that it is worth it. I'll proba...

    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 ...

    Brene Brown repeats some of the same content from her previous books, but every time I read her, it is just the thing I needed to hear. ...

    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...

    I am wrestling with how to synthesize my thoughts on Dare to Lead. As an avid 5-year strong Brene fan with a vulnerability quote on my wall, I hate to say it, but she has started to drink her own Kool-Aid. This book is littered with self-promotion. It's also mainly a ploy for people to...

    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 a huge BrenÚ Brown fan from way back. I usually read her books quickly and highlight and flag all over the place. It took me a couple months to read this because it didn?t start with a bang for me. But I stayed with it...reading smaller chunks at a slower pace. It?s good...v...

    First book of 2019! BrenÚ Brown always has something that I need to hear. Comforting, challenging, good, sad. I'll keep practicing! ...

  • 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...

  • Elizabeth
    Feb 04, 2019

    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. ...

    One of my favorite things about BrenÚ Brown is her delivery. Her writing and conversational style is so easy to relate to and feels genuine. The skills and techniques reviewed in this book will help you formulate what kind of leader you want to be, giving you the tools to become a suc...

    I think this does what it is meant to well. It's a book that pulls together a lot of her other books and findings into one easily digestible source to prompt better connection and leadership within groups of people, mainly companies though she talks about school situations as well. Alt...

    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...

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

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

    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...

    Great principles. Should?ve been a TED talk or article. ...

    My first intro to Brene Brown and I just didn?t dig it. At all. I don?t know if all her books read like this or not but this was a major struggle for me. Read it for book club and honestly I think it would have been better if I had done audible because then it would have just been ...

    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...

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

    Definitely not my favorite Brene. This is the corporate version for sure, and lacks the insight and storytelling I most love her work for. A substantial portion of it is also resummarized from her previous books. ...

    Courage > Comfort. ...

    This was fine, but it felt like a rehash of her last three books. It would be a good place to start if you haven't read Daring Greatly or Braving the Wilderness. The only part that stood out to me was about empathy vs. sympathy. If you've been following Brown for a while you've probabl...

  • Jamie
    Feb 06, 2019

    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. ...

    One of my favorite things about BrenÚ Brown is her delivery. Her writing and conversational style is so easy to relate to and feels genuine. The skills and techniques reviewed in this book will help you formulate what kind of leader you want to be, giving you the tools to become a suc...

    I think this does what it is meant to well. It's a book that pulls together a lot of her other books and findings into one easily digestible source to prompt better connection and leadership within groups of people, mainly companies though she talks about school situations as well. Alt...

    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...

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

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

    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...

    Great principles. Should?ve been a TED talk or article. ...

    My first intro to Brene Brown and I just didn?t dig it. At all. I don?t know if all her books read like this or not but this was a major struggle for me. Read it for book club and honestly I think it would have been better if I had done audible because then it would have just been ...

    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...

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

    Definitely not my favorite Brene. This is the corporate version for sure, and lacks the insight and storytelling I most love her work for. A substantial portion of it is also resummarized from her previous books. ...

    Courage > Comfort. ...

    This was fine, but it felt like a rehash of her last three books. It would be a good place to start if you haven't read Daring Greatly or Braving the Wilderness. The only part that stood out to me was about empathy vs. sympathy. If you've been following Brown for a while you've probabl...

    I liked this but it felt like it petered out a bit toward the end. ...

    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 ...

    Yes, there is a lot of repetitive material from previous books, but that's what I love - she brings it all together. I listened to the audiobook, and while that may make it more challenging to do the work, her personality add so much color to the stories that it is worth it. I'll proba...

    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 ...

    Brene Brown repeats some of the same content from her previous books, but every time I read her, it is just the thing I needed to hear. ...

    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...

    I am wrestling with how to synthesize my thoughts on Dare to Lead. As an avid 5-year strong Brene fan with a vulnerability quote on my wall, I hate to say it, but she has started to drink her own Kool-Aid. This book is littered with self-promotion. It's also mainly a ploy for people to...

    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 a huge BrenÚ Brown fan from way back. I usually read her books quickly and highlight and flag all over the place. It took me a couple months to read this because it didn?t start with a bang for me. But I stayed with it...reading smaller chunks at a slower pace. It?s good...v...

  • 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. ...

    One of my favorite things about BrenÚ Brown is her delivery. Her writing and conversational style is so easy to relate to and feels genuine. The skills and techniques reviewed in this book will help you formulate what kind of leader you want to be, giving you the tools to become a suc...

    I think this does what it is meant to well. It's a book that pulls together a lot of her other books and findings into one easily digestible source to prompt better connection and leadership within groups of people, mainly companies though she talks about school situations as well. Alt...

    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...

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

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

    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...

    Great principles. Should?ve been a TED talk or article. ...

    My first intro to Brene Brown and I just didn?t dig it. At all. I don?t know if all her books read like this or not but this was a major struggle for me. Read it for book club and honestly I think it would have been better if I had done audible because then it would have just been ...

    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...

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

    Definitely not my favorite Brene. This is the corporate version for sure, and lacks the insight and storytelling I most love her work for. A substantial portion of it is also resummarized from her previous books. ...

    Courage > Comfort. ...

    This was fine, but it felt like a rehash of her last three books. It would be a good place to start if you haven't read Daring Greatly or Braving the Wilderness. The only part that stood out to me was about empathy vs. sympathy. If you've been following Brown for a while you've probabl...

    I liked this but it felt like it petered out a bit toward the end. ...

    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 ...

    Yes, there is a lot of repetitive material from previous books, but that's what I love - she brings it all together. I listened to the audiobook, and while that may make it more challenging to do the work, her personality add so much color to the stories that it is worth it. I'll proba...

    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 ...

    Brene Brown repeats some of the same content from her previous books, but every time I read her, it is just the thing I needed to hear. ...

    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...

  • Emily
    Nov 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...

    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. ...

    One of my favorite things about BrenÚ Brown is her delivery. Her writing and conversational style is so easy to relate to and feels genuine. The skills and techniques reviewed in this book will help you formulate what kind of leader you want to be, giving you the tools to become a suc...

    I think this does what it is meant to well. It's a book that pulls together a lot of her other books and findings into one easily digestible source to prompt better connection and leadership within groups of people, mainly companies though she talks about school situations as well. Alt...

    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...

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

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

    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...

    Great principles. Should?ve been a TED talk or article. ...

    My first intro to Brene Brown and I just didn?t dig it. At all. I don?t know if all her books read like this or not but this was a major struggle for me. Read it for book club and honestly I think it would have been better if I had done audible because then it would have just been ...

    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...

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

    Definitely not my favorite Brene. This is the corporate version for sure, and lacks the insight and storytelling I most love her work for. A substantial portion of it is also resummarized from her previous books. ...

    Courage > Comfort. ...

    This was fine, but it felt like a rehash of her last three books. It would be a good place to start if you haven't read Daring Greatly or Braving the Wilderness. The only part that stood out to me was about empathy vs. sympathy. If you've been following Brown for a while you've probabl...

    I liked this but it felt like it petered out a bit toward the end. ...

    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 ...

    Yes, there is a lot of repetitive material from previous books, but that's what I love - she brings it all together. I listened to the audiobook, and while that may make it more challenging to do the work, her personality add so much color to the stories that it is worth it. I'll proba...

    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 ...

    Brene Brown repeats some of the same content from her previous books, but every time I read her, it is just the thing I needed to hear. ...

  • 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. ...

    One of my favorite things about BrenÚ Brown is her delivery. Her writing and conversational style is so easy to relate to and feels genuine. The skills and techniques reviewed in this book will help you formulate what kind of leader you want to be, giving you the tools to become a suc...

    I think this does what it is meant to well. It's a book that pulls together a lot of her other books and findings into one easily digestible source to prompt better connection and leadership within groups of people, mainly companies though she talks about school situations as well. Alt...

    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...

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

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

    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...

    Great principles. Should?ve been a TED talk or article. ...

    My first intro to Brene Brown and I just didn?t dig it. At all. I don?t know if all her books read like this or not but this was a major struggle for me. Read it for book club and honestly I think it would have been better if I had done audible because then it would have just been ...

    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...

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

    Definitely not my favorite Brene. This is the corporate version for sure, and lacks the insight and storytelling I most love her work for. A substantial portion of it is also resummarized from her previous books. ...

    Courage > Comfort. ...

    This was fine, but it felt like a rehash of her last three books. It would be a good place to start if you haven't read Daring Greatly or Braving the Wilderness. The only part that stood out to me was about empathy vs. sympathy. If you've been following Brown for a while you've probabl...

    I liked this but it felt like it petered out a bit toward the end. ...

    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 ...

    Yes, there is a lot of repetitive material from previous books, but that's what I love - she brings it all together. I listened to the audiobook, and while that may make it more challenging to do the work, her personality add so much color to the stories that it is worth it. I'll proba...

    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 ...

    Brene Brown repeats some of the same content from her previous books, but every time I read her, it is just the thing I needed to hear. ...

    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...

    I am wrestling with how to synthesize my thoughts on Dare to Lead. As an avid 5-year strong Brene fan with a vulnerability quote on my wall, I hate to say it, but she has started to drink her own Kool-Aid. This book is littered with self-promotion. It's also mainly a ploy for people to...

    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. ...

    One of my favorite things about BrenÚ Brown is her delivery. Her writing and conversational style is so easy to relate to and feels genuine. The skills and techniques reviewed in this book will help you formulate what kind of leader you want to be, giving you the tools to become a suc...

    I think this does what it is meant to well. It's a book that pulls together a lot of her other books and findings into one easily digestible source to prompt better connection and leadership within groups of people, mainly companies though she talks about school situations as well. Alt...

    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...

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

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

    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...

    Great principles. Should?ve been a TED talk or article. ...

    My first intro to Brene Brown and I just didn?t dig it. At all. I don?t know if all her books read like this or not but this was a major struggle for me. Read it for book club and honestly I think it would have been better if I had done audible because then it would have just been ...

    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...

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

    Definitely not my favorite Brene. This is the corporate version for sure, and lacks the insight and storytelling I most love her work for. A substantial portion of it is also resummarized from her previous books. ...

    Courage > Comfort. ...

  • Kim
    Dec 06, 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. ...

    One of my favorite things about BrenÚ Brown is her delivery. Her writing and conversational style is so easy to relate to and feels genuine. The skills and techniques reviewed in this book will help you formulate what kind of leader you want to be, giving you the tools to become a suc...

    I think this does what it is meant to well. It's a book that pulls together a lot of her other books and findings into one easily digestible source to prompt better connection and leadership within groups of people, mainly companies though she talks about school situations as well. Alt...

    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...

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

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

    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...

    Great principles. Should?ve been a TED talk or article. ...

    My first intro to Brene Brown and I just didn?t dig it. At all. I don?t know if all her books read like this or not but this was a major struggle for me. Read it for book club and honestly I think it would have been better if I had done audible because then it would have just been ...

    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...

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

    Definitely not my favorite Brene. This is the corporate version for sure, and lacks the insight and storytelling I most love her work for. A substantial portion of it is also resummarized from her previous books. ...

  • Barnabas Piper
    Jan 17, 2019

    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. ...

    One of my favorite things about BrenÚ Brown is her delivery. Her writing and conversational style is so easy to relate to and feels genuine. The skills and techniques reviewed in this book will help you formulate what kind of leader you want to be, giving you the tools to become a suc...

    I think this does what it is meant to well. It's a book that pulls together a lot of her other books and findings into one easily digestible source to prompt better connection and leadership within groups of people, mainly companies though she talks about school situations as well. Alt...

    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...

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

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

    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...

    Great principles. Should?ve been a TED talk or article. ...

  • 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. ...

    One of my favorite things about BrenÚ Brown is her delivery. Her writing and conversational style is so easy to relate to and feels genuine. The skills and techniques reviewed in this book will help you formulate what kind of leader you want to be, giving you the tools to become a suc...

    I think this does what it is meant to well. It's a book that pulls together a lot of her other books and findings into one easily digestible source to prompt better connection and leadership within groups of people, mainly companies though she talks about school situations as well. Alt...

    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...

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

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

    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...

    Great principles. Should?ve been a TED talk or article. ...

    My first intro to Brene Brown and I just didn?t dig it. At all. I don?t know if all her books read like this or not but this was a major struggle for me. Read it for book club and honestly I think it would have been better if I had done audible because then it would have just been ...

    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...

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

    Definitely not my favorite Brene. This is the corporate version for sure, and lacks the insight and storytelling I most love her work for. A substantial portion of it is also resummarized from her previous books. ...

    Courage > Comfort. ...

    This was fine, but it felt like a rehash of her last three books. It would be a good place to start if you haven't read Daring Greatly or Braving the Wilderness. The only part that stood out to me was about empathy vs. sympathy. If you've been following Brown for a while you've probabl...

    I liked this but it felt like it petered out a bit toward the end. ...

    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 ...

  • Angela Mitchell
    Jan 13, 2019

    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. ...

    One of my favorite things about BrenÚ Brown is her delivery. Her writing and conversational style is so easy to relate to and feels genuine. The skills and techniques reviewed in this book will help you formulate what kind of leader you want to be, giving you the tools to become a suc...

    I think this does what it is meant to well. It's a book that pulls together a lot of her other books and findings into one easily digestible source to prompt better connection and leadership within groups of people, mainly companies though she talks about school situations as well. Alt...

    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...

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

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    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...

    Great principles. Should?ve been a TED talk or article. ...

    My first intro to Brene Brown and I just didn?t dig it. At all. I don?t know if all her books read like this or not but this was a major struggle for me. Read it for book club and honestly I think it would have been better if I had done audible because then it would have just been ...

    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...

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

    Definitely not my favorite Brene. This is the corporate version for sure, and lacks the insight and storytelling I most love her work for. A substantial portion of it is also resummarized from her previous books. ...

    Courage > Comfort. ...

    This was fine, but it felt like a rehash of her last three books. It would be a good place to start if you haven't read Daring Greatly or Braving the Wilderness. The only part that stood out to me was about empathy vs. sympathy. If you've been following Brown for a while you've probabl...

    I liked this but it felt like it petered out a bit toward the end. ...

    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 ...

    Yes, there is a lot of repetitive material from previous books, but that's what I love - she brings it all together. I listened to the audiobook, and while that may make it more challenging to do the work, her personality add so much color to the stories that it is worth it. I'll proba...

  • Bailey Urban
    Jan 26, 2019

    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. ...

    One of my favorite things about BrenÚ Brown is her delivery. Her writing and conversational style is so easy to relate to and feels genuine. The skills and techniques reviewed in this book will help you formulate what kind of leader you want to be, giving you the tools to become a suc...

    I think this does what it is meant to well. It's a book that pulls together a lot of her other books and findings into one easily digestible source to prompt better connection and leadership within groups of people, mainly companies though she talks about school situations as well. Alt...

    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...

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

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

    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...

    Great principles. Should?ve been a TED talk or article. ...

    My first intro to Brene Brown and I just didn?t dig it. At all. I don?t know if all her books read like this or not but this was a major struggle for me. Read it for book club and honestly I think it would have been better if I had done audible because then it would have just been ...

    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...

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

    Definitely not my favorite Brene. This is the corporate version for sure, and lacks the insight and storytelling I most love her work for. A substantial portion of it is also resummarized from her previous books. ...

    Courage > Comfort. ...

    This was fine, but it felt like a rehash of her last three books. It would be a good place to start if you haven't read Daring Greatly or Braving the Wilderness. The only part that stood out to me was about empathy vs. sympathy. If you've been following Brown for a while you've probabl...

    I liked this but it felt like it petered out a bit toward the end. ...

    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 ...

    Yes, there is a lot of repetitive material from previous books, but that's what I love - she brings it all together. I listened to the audiobook, and while that may make it more challenging to do the work, her personality add so much color to the stories that it is worth it. I'll proba...

    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 ...

    Brene Brown repeats some of the same content from her previous books, but every time I read her, it is just the thing I needed to hear. ...

    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...

    I am wrestling with how to synthesize my thoughts on Dare to Lead. As an avid 5-year strong Brene fan with a vulnerability quote on my wall, I hate to say it, but she has started to drink her own Kool-Aid. This book is littered with self-promotion. It's also mainly a ploy for people to...

  • Min Soo Choi
    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...

  • Traci Fontenot
    Feb 06, 2019

    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. ...

    One of my favorite things about BrenÚ Brown is her delivery. Her writing and conversational style is so easy to relate to and feels genuine. The skills and techniques reviewed in this book will help you formulate what kind of leader you want to be, giving you the tools to become a suc...

    I think this does what it is meant to well. It's a book that pulls together a lot of her other books and findings into one easily digestible source to prompt better connection and leadership within groups of people, mainly companies though she talks about school situations as well. Alt...

    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...

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

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

    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...

    Great principles. Should?ve been a TED talk or article. ...

    My first intro to Brene Brown and I just didn?t dig it. At all. I don?t know if all her books read like this or not but this was a major struggle for me. Read it for book club and honestly I think it would have been better if I had done audible because then it would have just been ...

  • Connor
    Jan 22, 2019

    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. ...

    One of my favorite things about BrenÚ Brown is her delivery. Her writing and conversational style is so easy to relate to and feels genuine. The skills and techniques reviewed in this book will help you formulate what kind of leader you want to be, giving you the tools to become a suc...

    I think this does what it is meant to well. It's a book that pulls together a lot of her other books and findings into one easily digestible source to prompt better connection and leadership within groups of people, mainly companies though she talks about school situations as well. Alt...

  • 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. ...

    One of my favorite things about BrenÚ Brown is her delivery. Her writing and conversational style is so easy to relate to and feels genuine. The skills and techniques reviewed in this book will help you formulate what kind of leader you want to be, giving you the tools to become a suc...

    I think this does what it is meant to well. It's a book that pulls together a lot of her other books and findings into one easily digestible source to prompt better connection and leadership within groups of people, mainly companies though she talks about school situations as well. Alt...

    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...

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

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

    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...

    Great principles. Should?ve been a TED talk or article. ...

    My first intro to Brene Brown and I just didn?t dig it. At all. I don?t know if all her books read like this or not but this was a major struggle for me. Read it for book club and honestly I think it would have been better if I had done audible because then it would have just been ...

    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...

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

    Definitely not my favorite Brene. This is the corporate version for sure, and lacks the insight and storytelling I most love her work for. A substantial portion of it is also resummarized from her previous books. ...

    Courage > Comfort. ...

    This was fine, but it felt like a rehash of her last three books. It would be a good place to start if you haven't read Daring Greatly or Braving the Wilderness. The only part that stood out to me was about empathy vs. sympathy. If you've been following Brown for a while you've probabl...

    I liked this but it felt like it petered out a bit toward the end. ...

    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 ...

    Yes, there is a lot of repetitive material from previous books, but that's what I love - she brings it all together. I listened to the audiobook, and while that may make it more challenging to do the work, her personality add so much color to the stories that it is worth it. I'll proba...

    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 ...

    Brene Brown repeats some of the same content from her previous books, but every time I read her, it is just the thing I needed to hear. ...

    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. ...

    One of my favorite things about BrenÚ Brown is her delivery. Her writing and conversational style is so easy to relate to and feels genuine. The skills and techniques reviewed in this book will help you formulate what kind of leader you want to be, giving you the tools to become a suc...

    I think this does what it is meant to well. It's a book that pulls together a lot of her other books and findings into one easily digestible source to prompt better connection and leadership within groups of people, mainly companies though she talks about school situations as well. Alt...

    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...

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

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

    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...

    Great principles. Should?ve been a TED talk or article. ...

    My first intro to Brene Brown and I just didn?t dig it. At all. I don?t know if all her books read like this or not but this was a major struggle for me. Read it for book club and honestly I think it would have been better if I had done audible because then it would have just been ...

    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...

  • 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. ...

    One of my favorite things about BrenÚ Brown is her delivery. Her writing and conversational style is so easy to relate to and feels genuine. The skills and techniques reviewed in this book will help you formulate what kind of leader you want to be, giving you the tools to become a suc...

    I think this does what it is meant to well. It's a book that pulls together a lot of her other books and findings into one easily digestible source to prompt better connection and leadership within groups of people, mainly companies though she talks about school situations as well. Alt...

    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...

    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. ...

    One of my favorite things about BrenÚ Brown is her delivery. Her writing and conversational style is so easy to relate to and feels genuine. The skills and techniques reviewed in this book will help you formulate what kind of leader you want to be, giving you the tools to become a suc...

    I think this does what it is meant to well. It's a book that pulls together a lot of her other books and findings into one easily digestible source to prompt better connection and leadership within groups of people, mainly companies though she talks about school situations as well. Alt...

    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...

  • Krista Regester
    Jan 28, 2019

    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. ...

    One of my favorite things about BrenÚ Brown is her delivery. Her writing and conversational style is so easy to relate to and feels genuine. The skills and techniques reviewed in this book will help you formulate what kind of leader you want to be, giving you the tools to become a suc...

  • Frances
    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. ...

    One of my favorite things about BrenÚ Brown is her delivery. Her writing and conversational style is so easy to relate to and feels genuine. The skills and techniques reviewed in this book will help you formulate what kind of leader you want to be, giving you the tools to become a suc...

    I think this does what it is meant to well. It's a book that pulls together a lot of her other books and findings into one easily digestible source to prompt better connection and leadership within groups of people, mainly companies though she talks about school situations as well. Alt...

    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...

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

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    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...

    Great principles. Should?ve been a TED talk or article. ...

    My first intro to Brene Brown and I just didn?t dig it. At all. I don?t know if all her books read like this or not but this was a major struggle for me. Read it for book club and honestly I think it would have been better if I had done audible because then it would have just been ...

    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...

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

    Definitely not my favorite Brene. This is the corporate version for sure, and lacks the insight and storytelling I most love her work for. A substantial portion of it is also resummarized from her previous books. ...

    Courage > Comfort. ...

    This was fine, but it felt like a rehash of her last three books. It would be a good place to start if you haven't read Daring Greatly or Braving the Wilderness. The only part that stood out to me was about empathy vs. sympathy. If you've been following Brown for a while you've probabl...

    I liked this but it felt like it petered out a bit toward the end. ...

    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 ...

    Yes, there is a lot of repetitive material from previous books, but that's what I love - she brings it all together. I listened to the audiobook, and while that may make it more challenging to do the work, her personality add so much color to the stories that it is worth it. I'll proba...

    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 ...

    Brene Brown repeats some of the same content from her previous books, but every time I read her, it is just the thing I needed to hear. ...

    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...

    I am wrestling with how to synthesize my thoughts on Dare to Lead. As an avid 5-year strong Brene fan with a vulnerability quote on my wall, I hate to say it, but she has started to drink her own Kool-Aid. This book is littered with self-promotion. It's also mainly a ploy for people to...

    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. ...

    One of my favorite things about BrenÚ Brown is her delivery. Her writing and conversational style is so easy to relate to and feels genuine. The skills and techniques reviewed in this book will help you formulate what kind of leader you want to be, giving you the tools to become a suc...

    I think this does what it is meant to well. It's a book that pulls together a lot of her other books and findings into one easily digestible source to prompt better connection and leadership within groups of people, mainly companies though she talks about school situations as well. Alt...

    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...

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

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  • 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. ...

    One of my favorite things about BrenÚ Brown is her delivery. Her writing and conversational style is so easy to relate to and feels genuine. The skills and techniques reviewed in this book will help you formulate what kind of leader you want to be, giving you the tools to become a suc...

    I think this does what it is meant to well. It's a book that pulls together a lot of her other books and findings into one easily digestible source to prompt better connection and leadership within groups of people, mainly companies though she talks about school situations as well. Alt...

    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...

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

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

    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...

    Great principles. Should?ve been a TED talk or article. ...

    My first intro to Brene Brown and I just didn?t dig it. At all. I don?t know if all her books read like this or not but this was a major struggle for me. Read it for book club and honestly I think it would have been better if I had done audible because then it would have just been ...

    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...

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

    Definitely not my favorite Brene. This is the corporate version for sure, and lacks the insight and storytelling I most love her work for. A substantial portion of it is also resummarized from her previous books. ...

    Courage > Comfort. ...

    This was fine, but it felt like a rehash of her last three books. It would be a good place to start if you haven't read Daring Greatly or Braving the Wilderness. The only part that stood out to me was about empathy vs. sympathy. If you've been following Brown for a while you've probabl...

    I liked this but it felt like it petered out a bit toward the end. ...

    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 ...

    Yes, there is a lot of repetitive material from previous books, but that's what I love - she brings it all together. I listened to the audiobook, and while that may make it more challenging to do the work, her personality add so much color to the stories that it is worth it. I'll proba...

    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 ...