“Courage is rightly considered the foremost of the virtues, for upon it all others depend.”
Every commitment you make and every action you take entails a risk of some kind. This is why courage is the most identifiable outward quality of a great leader.
Managers and supervisors must think in terms of actions they can take. Action-oriented managers are more confident in their decisions and therefore are more likely to succeed.
In this competency guide, you’ll learn:
- The three levels of managerial courage
- Action steps to develop managerial courage in yourself and others
- Supporting behavior statements and development activities