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Embrace Your Courage During Times of Uncertainty

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Sandra Ford Walston

Sandra Ford Walston

Tuesday, June 16, 2020 | 01:00 PM EDT

  • CPA

1 Credit


Subject Area

Ethics (Behavioral)

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Course Description

The biggest obstacle faced by today’s employees can be summed up in two words: unprecedented uncertainty. Failure to acknowledge this new reality is to live in denial and risk, not just personal success but a company’s success and survival. Thinking differently and being willing to challenge self-doubt during times of uncertainty requires courage.

We all know that uncertainty is an inevitable condition throughout life. Accepting the impossibility of knowing the future, of predicting an outcome, requires enormous courage. While we would like to get up each day to face this perpetual unknown with courage, all too often, we feel discouraged. Maybe that’s why the Roman philosopher Seneca wrote, “Sometimes even to live is an act of courage.”

Courage is the most vital virtue in today’s climate of uncertainty. By recognizing, developing and wielding the power of personal courage, you can draw on courage-centeredness.

Learning Objectives

  • What is the true definition of courage?
  • What are the behaviors that infiltrate uncertainty?
  • What are the courage actions to overcome uncertainty?
  • How to keep “stepping up” to display courageous leadership.

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