Dare to Lead Training - Butte

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Dare to Lead Training - Butte

The world needs braver leaders in every arena. Let's start with you.

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NorthWestern Energy 11 East Park Street Butte, MT 59701

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  • 1 day 7 hours
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Join for Dare to Lead, Dr. Brene Brown's training on courageous leadership. This course is hosted by Leadership Montana and will be facilitated by our President & CEO Chantel Schieffer.

This is a two-day course that will be hosted on Thursday March 2 through Friday March 3. Each day will begin at 9:00 AM and conclude at 4:00 PM.

What is Dare to Lead™ Training?

This is a training for developing brave leaders and courageous cultures. It is learning and practice that requires brave work, tough conversations, and truly showing up. Daring leadership is a collection of four skill sets that are 100% teachable.

Through an interactive experience that includes videos with Dr. Brown, instruction from a certified facilitator, independent reflection, and small group work, we:

  • Learn how to create a safe and meaningful culture
  • Create teams that take risks based on courage and trust
  • Learn to give more meaningful feedback to your team
  • Learn the key components of brave leadership
  • Commit to bringing your whole heart to work each day
  • Become equipped to operationalize your core values

Dare to Lead™ Training focuses on building brave cultures and achieving results. The most significant finding from Brené’s latest research is that courage is a collection of four skill sets that are teachable, measurable, and observable. All four skills are covered in the training:

Rumbling with Vulnerability: Daring leaders understand that vulnerability is our most accurate measure of courage. In this training we learn what vulnerability is, and isn’t, and why it’s the path to courage.

Living into our Values: Daring leaders identify and operationalize the values that are most important to them and their organizations. In this training we identify the values most important to us and how to make those values come alive at work and beyond.

BRAVING Trust: Daring leaders understand that trust is the foundation of everything. In this training we learn to build, maintain and repair high trust relationships using seven steps.

Learning to Rise: Daring leaders know that if we are brave enough long enough, we will fall. In this training we learn the resilience of how to get back up and keep trying.

Who should attend?

Dare to Lead™ is for anyone interested in developing their courageous leadership skills.

What’s included?

  • 16 hours of training with an experienced and engaging facilitator
  • Evidence-based curriculum designed by the Brené Brown Education and Research Group
  • Official Dare to Lead™ Participant Workbook
  • Dare to Lead™ Trained Certificate upon completion of at least 16 hours
  • Digital LinkedIn credential

About Chantel Schieffer, CDTLF

Chantel Schieffer is a Certified Dare to Lead™ Facilitator, and President/CEO of Leadership Montana, the premier leadership development organization in our state.

“Work hard, do good, and be kind” has been her motto over the past two decades while making a career of building better communities through public service, private industry, and non-profit organizations. Chantel knows the power of bringing folks together in collaboration to build better teams, companies, and communities.

A student of leadership, Chantel is a graduate of Leadership Montana’s programs and the Harvard Nonprofit Leadership and Management course. She was honored Internationally with the Alpha Omicron Pi Woman of Leadership Award in 2017 and in 2018 received the prestigious ATHENA Leadership Award. Chantel is a certified Gracious Space Trainer and studied with Brené Brown in 2019 to become a Certified Dare to Lead Facilitator. In 2023, Chantel became certified as a practitioner of the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator® (MBTI®) designed to make the theory of psychological types described by C. G. Jung understandable and useful in people's lives.