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Courageous Self - Shared screen with speaker view
Paula Armstrong
14:31
Hi from NZ
Peter Reutlinger
14:34
Pete from Auckland NZ. Good morning
Sarah Duffy
14:44
Sarah from chilly Melbourne
Felicity Coulthard
14:44
Wodonga victoria
Helen Smith
14:49
Kia ora all from Christcurch NZ
Marian Gandy
14:49
Marian Gandy - Melbourne
Charlen Vandervalk
14:57
Canberra, Australia
Marian Gandy
14:58
Hiya!!
Michelle Doerr
15:00
Minnesota USA
Elizabeth Lynton
15:03
Kia ora from Queenstown, NZ
Alana Bennett
15:16
Alana from Melbourne
Kevin Ryan
16:08
Always good to have Kiwis in the room...and to sound like one!
Peter Reutlinger
16:17
courage might have a new definition now
Sarah Duffy
16:18
How to use this to better connect with people
Helen Smith
16:20
Sometimes we all need a little courge to face the unknown
Paula Armstrong
16:29
I think everyone needs some courage in this time and tips and tricks to help us with our teams and clients.
Marian Gandy
16:40
Been a while since I did a session with you - need a top up! Also facing 'interesting times in my NFP and need to stay positive.
Kevin Ryan
16:46
We need courage to trust our own judgement when receiving conflicting advice,
Marian Gandy
21:41
we can read the titles
Marian Gandy
21:55
:)
Michelle Doerr
22:13
what do ypu google?
Dina Pozzo
22:29
Google year in search 2019
Helen Smith
23:58
To be a hero takes courage as you often have to do something different from what is expected or normal
Julia Steel
39:12
Me!
Marian Gandy
39:12
not I
Peter Reutlinger
39:21
I am fine with that
Alana Bennett
39:32
No way!!! But I know vulnerability and fear have to coexist for growth and this is healthy
Helen Smith
39:33
do not like the feeling
Felicity Coulthard
39:45
only under certain circumstances and with certain people
Peter Reutlinger
44:45
No 5
Michelle Doerr
44:48
3
Felicity Coulthard
44:50
3 and 5
Sarah Duffy
44:55
3
Julia Steel
44:55
3
Alana Bennett
44:59
3
Marian Gandy
44:59
3
rob hetherington
45:01
#1
Helen Smith
45:14
# But cat stepped on keyboard and said 1 for him
Kevin Ryan
45:29
No 4...Is it because I'm a male???
Michelle Doerr
48:14
Then you know where possible conflict might arise
Julia Steel
48:14
alignment
Sarah Duffy
48:23
understading potential; differences/tensions
Peter Reutlinger
48:24
better understanding each other
Marian Gandy
48:30
transparency of discussions and a shortcut to real dialogue
Helen Smith
48:35
Less tricky conversations, moving in the same direction
Michael taylor
48:36
easier to address issues and link back to values
Sarah Duffy
48:50
ways of working that support indiv. needs
Helen Smith
51:49
Thanks for showing your courage to trust us and share your story with all these people you do not know. :)
Alana Bennett
55:55
Thank you Dina, I love Brene's work and thank you for bringing it beautifully today
Sarah Duffy
56:17
embrace the current suck, find growth!
Michelle Doerr
56:18
I need to operationalize my values. I've labeled and wrote what they mean, but not actual behaviors.
rob hetherington
56:42
Think more about the individual elements of trust rather that think of it as one all encompassing concept
Michelle Doerr
56:59
I like what ROB says too. That was new to me
Peter Reutlinger
57:21
Reflecting a bit and braving trust
Helen Smith
57:37
I regularly encourage others to be courageous but do not acknowledge it in my self. Need to look at my values so can share them with the team and encourage them to share with me.
Michael taylor
57:44
How would you now feel about your 94 discussion with your boss if she had used an element of trust
Sarah Duffy
57:51
how to create courage in others?
Felicity Coulthard
59:17
to be my honest/real self and believe that in the end the rewards will out weigh the short term risk and/or loss thru my vulnerability and courage to be so.
Helen Smith
01:00:47
This reminds me of a quote that goes something like "to take a step you must first loose your balance."
Peter Reutlinger
01:00:54
Thanks so much
Marian Gandy
01:01:20
Thanks Dina- you've given me some tools to get through the next weeks and months
rob hetherington
01:01:22
Thank you Dina - always enjoy your sessions and learn a lot!