CEO Strategies

CEO Breakfast

Brave Work: Tough Conversations and Embracing Vulnerability


October 4, 2019
8:30 - 11:30 am

Hyatt Regency Austin
208 Barton Springs Rd, Austin, TX 78704 (map)
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$125 Member/$175 Non-member

CAE Hours: 2.5

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According to the research in Dr. Brene Brown's current best seller, Dare to Lead, the top behavior that leaders identified as getting in the way of courageous leadership is the avoidance of tough conversations, including giving honest productive feedback. As any leader can attest, these types of conversations require a high level of courage and vulnerability for both the person giving the feedback and those receiving it.

This session will explore vulnerability, dispel the myths surrounding vulnerability and how vulnerability leads to courageous leadership. Concluding the session will be guidelines on how to give and receive feedback in a way that moves people and processes forward.
 

Presented by:
Jen Mauldin
Owner, Clarity Through Coaching

Jen Mauldin, CPC, ACC founded Clarity Through Coaching in 2013 to empower leaders of organizations to move to the next level UP in their leadership and personal development. In addition to being a certified professional coach, Jen works with women veterans leading facilitated groups at ROCK, a non-profit, equine-assisted therapy center in Georgetown. Jen draws wisdom from her longtime career in education as a principal and administrator of programs for individuals with disabilities.

Since 2014 Jen Mauldin has been giving presentations and facilitating groups around the work of Dr. Brene' Brown beginning with the books Daring Greatly and Rising Strong. As a certified facilitator of Dr. Brown's most recent bestseller, Dare to Lead, there have been numerous opportunities to work with leaders in Central Texas through seminars, presentations and leadership retreats. 


Exclusively Sponsored by:

Forth Worth CVB

 

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