TAPS Together: Dare to Lead Podcast Club

add to outlook calendar add to gmail calendar September 18, 2021, 1:00 PM-2:30 PM Eastern
Registration Close Date: September 18, 2021

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

We warmly invite you to join our TAPS Dare to Lead facilitator, Terri Williams, as she brings the book club concept to the podcast. Each week new Dare to Lead podcasts will be discussed virtually via Zoom. The Dare to Lead podcast features conversations with change-catalysts, culture shifters and more than a few troublemakers who are innovating, creating, and daring to lead!

Amy Cuddy

This week's episode Brene' is talking to Dr. Amy Cuddy, social psychologist, best-selling author, award-winning Harvard lecturer, and expert on the behavioral science of power, presence, and prejudice. She discusses her recently published Washington Post article,Why This Stage of the Pandemic Makes Us So Anxious,” and how working through this collective, constant pandemic flux affects us as individuals and as leaders. She also talks about developing a flux mindset and how important it is to facilitate a sense of agency as we make decisions about how we return to work.

To learn more about this exciting program and to register, please click on the blue button at the top of this page.

For questions, please reach out to the TAPS Togethers team at tapstogethers@taps.org.


About TAPS Togethers

Community is important!  This is why we create a broad variety of opportunities to bring the TAPS family together.  TAPS Togethers are one-day, organized, social events across the country, led by TAPS Staff or a survivor like you, with the goal of expanding our peer support community. 

If there is not a TAPS Togethers event in your area, consider hosting one. You know your community best! Perhaps you know of a simple cost-effective way to bring TAPS families together for a day of hope and healing in your area. We would love to hear from you! Please submit your idea and we will connect with you to explore the possibilities.

For more information about TAPS Togethers, please email tapstogethers@taps.org or call us at 800-959-TAPS (8277).