‘Vulnerability is the cornerstone of confidence’ 

Time to reflect on intentions set at the start of the year & understand what’s holding you back from being your truest self.

As we move into February, we pause to reflect on the intentions we set at the year and whether we feel we are embracing them or distracting ourselves with the drama of life. Are we holding ourselves back with limiting beliefs or learned behaviours? Can we bring the spotlight on these and drive ourselves forward to close the gap between the expectations we have of ourself and the reality?

Our popular Daring Way™ workshops continue this year to support female leaders and also helping professionals to expand their range and embrace courage, authenticity and vulnerability in their professional work. Here is what one of our participants had to say about the workshop last year:

“The daring way is for anyone who wants to be the best they can be, at work, at home as a parent… The framework gives you a safe place to really know yourself and what you are striving for.  What you learn in the two days you will revisit again and again throughout your life.  You will come away wanting more for yourself and the people around you.” ~ JL, CPO, Mindshare

I have been asked time and time again by the women on these courses to run one for male leaders. We understand that vulnerability can be a real stretch for men given our strong cultural stereotypes and expectations we have on masculinity. However we also know that vulnerable leadership is critical in leading diverse and inclusive teams. Do you know a male leader who will have the courage to come on The Daring Way™?

If you are going to be brave with your life, you will sometimes fall. This is where Rising Strong comes in. The goal of the process is to rise from our falls, overcome our mistakes, and face hurt in a way that brings more wisdom. It is those that know that they can easily rise again that are able to be the most courageous.

More information about all the courses can be found by clicking on the individual images or feel free to email emma@thehobbsconsultancy with any questions.





All the best,