After plenty of research and countless interviews with countless leaders and innovators, Brown combines insights with the ‘daring greatly’ principles of her previous titles, with the aim of applying this to leadership. She does an analysis of what leadership should or shouldn’t be, ie not power-grasping, or status-seeking but rather accountability, encouraging and being teachable. In our current culture, which is defined by scarcity, fear and uncertainty, she notes the importance of courage, and in terms of leadership, the ability to build courage. She also notes this is a uniquely human trait, and not one that can easily be replaced by machinery. And in this book she describes exactly how to develop these courage-building skills.