Brene Brown’s latest book, Daring Greatly: How the Courage to Be Vulnerable Transforms the Way We Live, Love, Parent, and Lead, uses a qualitative rather than quantitative approach to explain how to have the courage to take on difficult tasks and still be able to live with vulnerability if your best efforts result in failure. Brown’s “grounded theory” approach to the subject of vulnerability is both confusing and interesting and will not win any fans among the researchers who depend upon heaps of hypotheses for their studies. However, Brown’s credentials are impeccable, and she is a well-respected professor and trainer. Her book is made up of both interviews and her own personal experiences.
Read the entire article here: Grounded Theory in Action: Daring Greatly (Book Review)
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