Currently in the veterinary profession, there has never been a greater need for daring and courageous leadership.  
At the same time there is much talk of building resilience skills and ‘armouring’ ourselves up.  This is a delicate balance as learning how to self-protect and bounce back IS vital, but if we completely armour ourselves up emotionally, we become cut off from what it means to be an effective and brave leader.  
There are two truths we must face on the pathway to daring leadership:  
1.)  Who we are is how we lead
2.)  We cannot get to courage without leaning into vulnerability  

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