Courage is a trait often associated with those serving in the military, first responders, and especially of late, those in the medical field and those facing illness in themselves or their families. However, courage can be, and should be, a trait summoned and developed by nearly everyone from time to time. One of those times is when one is expected to a leader. This may be at work, serving on a neighborhood committee, deciding on family matters, or working with a community or church group. All of the situations may be daunting but by focusing on how to be more courageous, one can face these situations as a better leader. As this resource remind us, the Wizard of Oz‘s Tin Woodman said: “…my life is simply unbearable without a bit of courage.”
Carpe Junenis has developed this list, along with expanded explanations, on how one can be a more courageous leader.
Thank you to Carpe Juvenis for providing this resource.
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