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Class 1 Summary: (August 7, 2019)
The first class covered Permission Slips, Container Building, and "What stands in the way becomes the way." See the Read Along Workbook linked below for complete summary.
Class 2 Summary (August 14, 2019)
This week we covered the Square Squad and the 6 Myths of Vulnerability.
Next week, please read through page 114 - we'll cover a lot of material this coming Wednesday!
Class 3 Summary (August 21, 2019)
This week we covered Rumbling with vulnerability and Armored Leadership vs Daring Leadership
Next week, please read through Page 163
Class 4 Summary (August 28,2019)
In Class 4 we covered “Rumbling With Vulnerability,” and the topics of Shame and Empathy. In the safe “container” of our small groups, we were honest about when and how we experience shame. Then we discovered how empathy is the antidote to shame, and how we prefer to give and receive empathy.
Since we will not be meeting on Wednesday, Sept 4, please complete the following on your own and be prepared to discuss briefly when we reconvene on Sept 11. See also the readings for Part Two below, which we begin on the 11th as well.
- Read through page 181 in Dare To Lead. Complete page 23 of the worksheets given out this last week. If you were not here for the last class, worksheet packets will be available at the church.
- From the Read-Along workbook, download/print pages 24-29, and fill them out in conjunction with the reading. Be ready to discuss briefly next time in small groups. This will complete all the work for Part One of the book.
In the last three weeks of class, we will cover the three remaining parts of the book. For Sept 11, read pp. 184-217 (Part Two); for Sept 18, read pp. 220-238 (Part Three); for Sept 25, read pp. 240-272 (Part Four). Worksheets will be provided in class, or you may print out each section’s worksheets from the link mentioned above.