Courageous Leadership Key #4: Commit

Once you have decided to change…to move forward in a different direction, then the fourth part of courageous leadership is to commit. To what? Action. This is step where most people get stalled because they fail to take action toward…

Courageous Leadership Key #2: Confront

In his classic business book Good to Great, Jim Collins recounts the story of Admiral James Stockdale, who was the highest ranking naval officer held as a POW during the Vietnam War. Despite years of torture and deprivation, Stockdale was…

Courageous Leadership Key #1: Clarify

The first step in courageous leadership development is to “clarify the core.” If you have read any of my recent posts, you know what I am referring to—clarifying your core ideology, or foundation. Specifically, this involves the clarification of your…

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