What Brene Brown, Academic Researcher with 17.5M viral YouTube views, teaches us about Spiritual Leadership

  • The viral TED video, the “Power of Shame”, which has amassed over 17.5 million views.
  • Her six #1 New York Times best sellers.
  • Her lectures featured prominently on Netflix and Spotify.

Brene’s research is based on empirical data and she is deeply spiritual.

Spirituality can, and does, co-exist with our work.

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