As leadership traits go, courage is the big one. Whether it’s having an uncomfortable conversation, delegating consequential tasks, or making a decision to move ahead on a new project - demonstrating leadership courage can be scary. Yet it’s precisely the kind of behavior that fosters trust and sets a crucial example for others to follow.
The objectives of this workshop are to help managers:
- Learn about the three different types of courage and when (and how) to use each.
- Gain insight into your own “courage history” so that you can use your past to strengthen your future.
- Understand the impact that fear has on personal and organizational performance.
- Recognize two distinct ways of leading and about approaches for inspiring more courageous behavior among the people with whom you work.