The framework that shares the definition of courage using the letters C-O-U-R-A-G-E.
The framework that teaches you the tools you need to have effective courageous conversations in the workplace,
This rating scale allows you to measure your current and average courage level as well as the level of courageous choices.
A faith-based framework that shares how courage can help us overcome challenges using the letters C-O-U-R-A-G-E.
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The framework that teaches you how to take strategic, measurable, and sustainable action for your diversity, equity, and inclusion initiatives.
1. Consider the last month. How would you rate your average courage level using the courage continuum chart?
2. When was the last time you made a courageous choice that could be categorized as an 8-10 for you on the courage continuum? 10 (Maximum Courage) is the most fear-inducing type of courageous choice you can make. What qualifies as a 10 for you will change over time as your courage level increases.
To learn more about how you can use the courage continuum chart, download a two-page excerpt from 6 Months of Courage Candy: Cultivate Courage to Reach your Highest Potential.
Once I made the decision that I wanted to chart a different path, the next question was how?
I'm not sure about you, but I must have missed the courage course in school. While most people believe courage is an important and valuable trait to have, many shy away from it.
Been there, done that, and suffered the consequences. Today, I choose courage more consistently and have more courageous conversations, because I developed the skills and knowledge to do so. The power of courage was too impactful to keep to myself.
Today, I travel the country speaking on DEI, courageous conversations, and belonging in the workplace.
I see and speak to so many individuals and organizations choosing the comfortable road and status quo over the courageous and transformational one. We're still living through a pandemic, the Great Resignation continues, and many leaders are struggling with how to incorporate wellness into the workplace.
Gathered over the past six years of doing cultural audits, I have seen what individuals and organizations need to move forward. I am now sharing the valuable insights I have learned from my work as a DEI strategist and past personal experiences in the workplace. To fully embrace courage, we must first understand the 7 competencies of courage.
Bad news: Courage is not an innate trait.
Good News: Courage can be cultivated.
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