Defining Brave Leadership - Chapter Leader Guide

Learning Objectives for Defining Brave Leadership

  • Members will identify characteristics and traits of positive + transformational leaders

  • Members will define brave leadership and make commitments to behaviors that align with those ideals + definitions

  • Members will work collectively to create archetypes for the kinds of leaders they aspire to be.

Use these discussion questions to guide your conversation at your IATG Chapter Meeting:

  • Who are some leaders you admire? Why? Any characteristics or personality traits that they have in common?

  • How do you define ‘brave?

  • What is challenging about being brave? What’s rewarding?

  • How does ‘brave’ apply to leadership?

  • What are some small acts of bravery that leaders can do?

Group Activities for Defining Brave Leadership

Activity 1: Paired Interviews

  • Pair up (or groups of 3)!
  • Interview each other, asking these questions:
  1. What is your earliest memory of being in charge of something?
  2. Do you consider yourself a leader? Why or why not?
  3. What is the bravest thing you have ever done or experienced?

Activity 2: Share Observations

  • Share something you learned about your partner or group member from this exercise. 
  • What does this say about our own sense of leadership?

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