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Dare to Lead | Distilling Books With Socrates

Dare to Lead | Distilling Books With Socrates

Distilling Books With Socrates

According to Brené Brown’s popular book “Dare to Lead,” three of the most important values of leadership revolve around vulnerability, trust, and courage. How can leaders simultaneously cultivate these skills and lead with intention? Join Sarah Davenport (Inspired Questioner, Socrates Head of School) and Claire Springer (Director of Professional Learning, SchoolRubric) as they discuss the key elements and takeaways from “Dare to Lead.”

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  • 0:00 Distilling Books With Socrates Introduction
  • 1:04 Introductions
  • 2:50 What does “Dare to Lead” mean to you?
  • 4:15 Core values of vulnerability, trust, and courage
  • 7:43 Experiences of being “brave” and “afraid” at the same time as a leader
  • 9:55 “Daring leaders who live into their values are never silent about hard things”
  • 12:10 “Gritty faith versus gritty facts”

Socrates - Head of School is a group of educators and industry leaders looking to transform professional development for teachers and administrators. We use the lens of questioning to generate thought provoking professional development through our Open Educational Resource as well as more comprehensive resources through our partnerships. We are distilling the books of thought leaders to curate the most meaningful ways we can move education forward so that children have more positive and productive learning experiences.

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