“Our participants were highly engaged and embraced the real-world application of this impactful work,” said Eicher. “Watching the transformation and impact on each individual was incredibly rewarding.”
The agenda included interactive and experiential implementation where individuals collaborated to gain a new perspective through one another. The program encouraged these individuals to dig deep and to step out of their comfort zones to have those difficult conversations that inspire change. The ability to have these conversations while building trust is at the heart of improving our cultures, increasing creativity and innovation.
“It was as difficult and transformative as I anticipated it would be,” said Beverly Brooks Thompson, Managing Director of Carter Global. “Actually digging deep into the work of vulnerability, building trust, having radical candor and hard conversations.”
Meredith and Lacy will be facilitating a second Dare to Lead event on Friday, February 26 and Saturday, February 27. Be sure to sign up early as spots are limited. Click the link below to register.