Brookings Institution

Courageous Leadership: Daring to Lead

Available dates

May 18—19, 2020
2 days
Washington, District of Columbia, United States
USD 1995
USD 997 per day


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About the course

The organizations of tomorrow will need courageous leaders to guide their people through unprecedented adversity and change. In this fast-paced and highly interactive class, you learn the essential elements of courage and the skill set required to boost them. For millennia, philosophers and psychologists have differentiated four types of courage: physical, social, moral, and creative. Each type is critical to courageous leadership.

Physical courage is the ability to control your physical self to maintain courage “under fire.” Social courage is the power to remain strong against pressures to conform. Moral courage means doing what is right, instead of what is expedient. Creative courage is the courage to lead people into the uncharted territory of the future.

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