Courage and leadership in today’s world are synonymous. As CEO’s and Senior Executives, we find ourselves operating in fast paced environments, requiring agility and vision to respond to the ever-changing business landscape.
To be effective in today’s business landscape, leadership involves more than just leading through direction, but requires the engagement of hearts and minds. Having courage is not a natural behavioral trait and often requires a very specific and intentional act to galvanise ourselves towards courageousness.
“Courage”, a derivative from the Latin word ‘cor’, means ‘heart’. When individuals find courage within themselves they ignite a spark which has the potential to grow and absorb all those in front of them with power and purpose.