Concurrent Session 11：The Courage to Lead and Learn
The world is experiencing an unprecedented volume of change and challenge. As a consequence, many workplaces have become fraught with uncertainty, pessimism, and anxiety. Just when their organizations needs the workforce to step-up to meet today’s challenges, many people have become safety-seekers, hunkering down with FEAR … and fear is bad for business! What’s the antidote? COURAGE. As the lifeblood of leadership, entrepreneurship, and innovation, courage is the first virtue of organizational performance. This engaging virtual workshop will illustrate how courage can be used to help people step up to challenges, assert innovative ideas, and stretch their comfort zones … all for the good of the company. You will learn practical strategies for building workforce courage so you can become an opportunity-seeker and capitalize on the opportunistic changes occurring right now within your workplace.
Learning Outcomes include:
•Understanding why courage is the premier personal and professional virtue.
•Learn how modulating comfort and discomfort is the key to personal and professional development.
•Clearly differentiate between two different leadership dispositions, Fillers (encouragement) and Spillers (discouragement).
•Be versed in the distinct types of courage (TRY, TRUST, and TELL) and how to differentiate among them.
•Get tips on how to increase your own courage while inspiring more workplace courage.
The workplace is fraught with daily challenges—challenges that may provoke fear, stress, or even excitement; but challenges nonetheless. These challenges can, potentially, inspire our courage or undermine our performance. This virtual workshop, taught by courage-building pioneer Bill Treasurer, will help you enlarge your Courage Capacity so you can meet organizational challenges with more confidence and less fear.