Brené with Abby Wambach
on the New Rules of Leadership
In this episode, I connect with Olympian, activist and author Abby Wambach on the new rules of leadership. Her book WOLFPACK, I kid you not, is on my top five must-read leadership books. I buy this book for everyone. It’s leadership gold.
Abby Wambach is a two-time Olympic gold medalist, FIFA World Cup Champion, and six-time winner of the U.S. Soccer Athlete of the Year award. She has scored more goals than any other professional soccer player, male or female, in the world. An activist for equality and inclusion, she is the author of the #1 New York Times bestseller WOLFPACK as well as the new adaptation of WOLFPACK for the next generation. Abby is also co-founder of Wolfpack Endeavor, a training program that is revolutionizing leadership development for women in the workplace and beyond, and sits on the Board of Directors for the non-profit organization Together Rising. She lives in Florida with her wife, Glennon Doyle, and their three children.
WOLFPACK: How to Come Together, Unleash Our Power, and Change the Game by Abby Wambach
Based on her inspiring, viral 2018 commencement speech to Barnard College’s graduates in New York City, New York Times bestselling author, two-time Olympic gold medalist and FIFA World Cup champion Abby Wambach delivers her empowering rally cry for women to unleash their individual power, unite with their pack, and emerge victorious together.
WOLFPACK for the Next Generation (Young Readers Edition) by Abby Wambach
In this young readers adaptation of her #1 New York Times bestselling book, two-time Olympic gold medalist and FIFA World Cup champion, Abby Wambach, inspires the next generation to find their voice, unite their pack, and change the world.
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