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Care to Dare shows you how you to unleash the astonishing potential of the people around you by building the trust, delivering the change, and inspiring the focus that underpin sustainable high performance. You do so by becoming a “Secure Base Leader” who reduces anxiety and increases healthy risk-taking. Secure Base Leadership works at the personal, team and organizational levels. It is not just a set of skills (the “doing”). It is first and foremost a way of being. You care enough to dare people to reach for their dreams, and in the process, you can return to your very humanity.
I recommend this book to anyone who practices leadership and strives to be more effective.
Only those who possess a Secure Base can provide the leadership that Kohlrieser, Goldsworthy, and Coombe endorse in this book.
The many years of leadership coaching, academic research and hands on experience makes the book very strong.
I had the pleasure of meeting George at a Leadership Summit in Australia where he facilitated a day on Secure Base Leadership, inspiring me to read 'Care to Dare'. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Patrick Albina
I have been a fan of George Kohlrieser for years, since I read Hostage at the Table (http://www.amazon. Read morePublished 7 months ago by BruceP
"Care to Dare" is like the visit of an old friend. Always a pleasure to receive. This is not the usual business book. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Ivan Zullo
This book stands out for its depth, warmth and relevance to today's workplaces. Especially within organisations battered by the 2008 economic crisis, grief, shame and fear sit... Read morePublished 20 months ago by Master Executive Coach
This was okay. It did contain some quite useful insights that you can make use of.
It was a bit utopian at times and practical advice was limited. Read more
Care to Dare provides the building blocks for any amateur or chief executive to understand the fundamentals of real, genuine leadership - a concept used by many but understood by... Read morePublished on October 11, 2012 by Suzanne Rosselet
The premise in Care to Dare that leaders need to take care of themselves first and ensure that they are coming from a secure base environment before they can lead or influence... Read morePublished on September 29, 2012 by Debbie Foulkes
This is my first EVER review of anything on Amazon, and definitely the first book review. I have read many books, but none prompted me to actually spend my precious time to write... Read morePublished on September 12, 2012 by Chen Zhao