TAPS Together: Dare to Lead Workshop Series

add to outlook calendar add to gmail calendar June 7 - December 6, 2020 Every Sunday 12 p.m. to 1:30 p.m. Eastern

We extend this opportunity to participate in this event for military survivors only.

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Dare to Lead Workshop series will be held weekly and will cover the Dare to Lead 24 hour curriculum, every Sunday at noon Eastern from June 7, 2020 to December 6, 2020. Every week new material will be presented from the Dare to Lead curriculum.

We are all leaders, whether in our communities, families, organizations, or the world. During this introductory workshop, you will learn what it is going to take to be a braver leader, to help create more courageous cultures.

Who should attend this workshop? This workshop is for anyone wanting to bring more courage to their workplace, home, community, schools. It is applicable for both formal and informal leaders (all of us), executives, visionaries, healers across all spectrums.

Contact: communityrelations@taps.org

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About TAPS Togethers

TAPS Togethers are one-day events across the country with a focus on bringing the TAPS Community together in an organized, social setting lead by TAPS Staff or Peer Mentors. Impactful experiences and organic conversations occur and encourage hope and healing when TAPS families are together. 

TAPS Togethers are a cost effective way to make an impact at a grass-roots level.  Examples of TAPS Togethers include: coffees, museum trips, Minor League games, horse camps, outdoor adventures, yoga, BBQs, potlucks, visiting your local county fair, and service projects.

If there's not a TAPS Together or Care Group in your area and you're interested in finding other local community support you can request a community resource report. If you're interested in starting a group in your area, the first step is to become a TAPS Peer Mentor. For more information about a TAPS Together or Care Group or becoming a peer mentor, please email communityrelations@taps.org or call us at 800-959-TAPS (8277).