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:
- What is your earliest memory of being in charge of something?
- Do you consider yourself a leader? Why or why not?
- 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?