Daring greatly : how the courage to be vulnerable transforms the way we live, love, parent, and lead / by Brene Brown
By: Brown, Brene.Publisher: London, UK : Portfolio Penguin, 2012Description: 287 p. ; 20 cm.ISBN: 9780670923540.Subject(s): Personal development | Psychology | BehaviourOnline resources: Download as an eBook Summary
|Item type||Home library||Call number||URL||Status||Notes||Date due||Item reserves|
|Book||Australia||215.1 BRO 2013 (Browse shelf)||Issued||15/07/2019|
|EBook Summary||International||Ebook summary (Browse shelf)||Link to resource||eBook||Available as an ebook summary here|
|Book||New Zealand||209 DAR (Browse shelf)||Issued||08/07/2019|
My adventures in the arena -- Scarcity: looking inside our culture of "never enough" -- Debunking the vulnerability myths -- Understanding and combating shame -- The vulnerability armory -- Mind the gap: cultivating change and closing the disengagement divide -- Disruptive engagement: daring to rehumanize education and work -- Wholehearted parenting: daring to be the adults we want our children to be.
Argues that vulnerability is a strength and dares readers to be courageous, to show up and be seen - even when there are no guarantees. Based on 12 years of social research that looks at how we interact at home and at work.