Women Integrating Courage
Snapshot: Chances to act with courage at work occur nearly every day. Unfortunately, most women do not claim courage as one of their primary virtues and the world is suffering because of it. Courage comes from the French word, corage, meaning “heart and spirit.” Women have always acted from their hearts, but male notions of courage as heroic have kept women stuck, diminishing their impact. If you feel undervalued, overlooked or not able to effect as much positive change as you would like, then this class is for you.
There is a direct correlation between success quotients and courage quotients. It’s easier said than done, but you CAN integrate courage into your life. You can significantly enhance your capacity to take the next step toward integrating courage consciousness into your personal and professional life.
Join internationally published author, learning consultant and Newfield graduate Sandra Ford Walston to learn how. In this engaging and interactive learning series, you will learn:
- Advantages for women who claim their courage, including greater influence and bigger impact
- Benefits to overcome inertia, douse intimidation and stop manipulation
- How to tap into the power of collective feminine energy of courage
Who This Is For: This teleclass/in-house training is for women leaders, consultants and coaches who want to integrate courage into their life and work. Twelve courage obstacles will be identified along with twelve courage action skills so you can take courage to work!
The Leader: Sandra Ford Walston, The Courage Expert and innovator of STUCKThinking™, is a learning consultant, speaker, corporate trainer and courage coach, specializing in understanding women’s leadership issues, courage behaviors, individual personalities and non-gender leadership styles that focus on the tricks and traps of the human condition.
Sandra is the internationally published author of bestseller Courage: The Heart and Spirit of Every Woman. Her second book is currently agent-represented. Sandra writes for Chief Learning Officer and Strategic Finance magazines, and she posts a monthly Courage Blog.
Sandra provides skill-based programs for public and private businesses, including Caterpillar, Inc., Auburn University, Procter & Gamble, Wyoming Department of Health Public Nurses, Nolte Engineers, Farmers Insurance, Wide Open West and Hitachi Consulting. Ms. Walston is qualified to administer and interpret the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator® and is certified as an Enneagram teacher. She enjoys applying insights from both systems to her work.