The ancient Greek philosopher, Aristotle, taught that courage was a core virtue because it enabled all the rest. When you flex your courage muscles, you are better able to take ownership and make wise decisions, suggest innovative solutions to tricky problems and foster productive relationships.
In our time, at least one thing is for sure: the world needs people who will do the right thing even when it’s difficult. We need people with courage. In this workshop, we focus on what courage really means in business right now and pick up practical tools you can use to find ethical solutions to tricky problems before taking bold action.
What might change if you and your colleagues move into the rest of this year with greater courage?
Participants will leave this Courage workshop with:
- A sharp understanding of the value and components of courage in their work;
- Increased awareness of the most common workplace inhibitors of courage;
- Techniques for better managing risk despite discomfort; and
- Greater confidence to know when to persist and when to boldly change course.
“Very engaging, insightful and, above all, useful.”
Public Sector Courage Workshop Participant
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