Sandra Ford Walston

Who is Sandra Ford Walston?

“The motivational speaker who gives you the courage to step up to the next level.”

Sandra Ford Walston, The Courage Expert,
innovator of StuckThinking™, bestselling author, consultant, seminar leader, speaker, courage coach

Sandra has been featured in numerous magazines such as:

• Chief Learning Officer

• Strategic Finance

• Personal Excellence: The Magazine of Life Leadership (Professor Bennis)

• HR Matters, Malaysia

• Training & Development (US and Germany)

• The Washington Executive

• Brandon Hall Network

What would you do right now if you had unlimited courage?

 

What’s your definition of courage and why is it vital to claim it for yourself?

  • Perhaps you believe courage is only synonymous with being a hero or perhaps you’re curious about how to apply courage to make better decisions, enhance leading teams or adjust to a merger with less stress.
  •  How might your life change if you discovered that some of your everyday behaviors demonstrate profound COURAGE?

  A global leader, Sandra Ford Walston is a human potential consultant who studies courage. She discovered that there is a direct correlation between your success quotient and your courage quotient.

Thank you for taking time to visit my website.  

 

Known as The Courage Expert and innovator of StuckThinking™, I am the principal of a 21-year-old human potential consulting firm based in Denver, Colorado and a courage coach. With over twenty years of original research in integrating courage behaviors, courageous leadership, women’s courage and non-gender integral levels of courage consciousness, I focus on the traps and tricks of the human condition such as denial (and at appropriate times, I apply the Enneagram or Myers-Briggs Type Indicator®). I believe that integrating courage actions at work leads to a more naturally propelled and fulfilled employee, resulting in reduced attrition, accelerated synergistic production and improved bottom-line performance. The outcome for leadership development: there is a direct correlation between the organization’s success and courage quotient.