How to Stop Faking Courage and Actually Practice It
Today, as we all know, it’s easy to hide behind a screen and post something that seems courageous, but leaders realize we can and must do better. **I now believe you can’t be a good leader without courage**. Peter Drucker once said, “When you see a successful organization, you know that someone at some time made a courageous decision.” Our leadership role does not usually demand that we do something spectacularly brave. Yet when it’s time, it’s up to us to model the way. In this episode, Tim and Andrew discuss how to model genuine courage for the children and young adults in our lives.
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