Building the management skill of courage: What’s in it for you?
This is part 2 of a 4 part series on how COURAGE is an essential management skill. How do you develop courage? When does it become part of your everyday management practice? Read on to learn more about this valuable component of your professional management expertise.
While practice is a big part of the formula to build a greater capacity for courage, the other essential component is motivation. It’s so important to pin down why you want to be more courageous in a certain sphere. What will you gain by acting more boldly? What’s in it for you? The answer you come up with is your incentive. Your motivation needs to be stronger than your fear. When you’ve uncovered your incentive, make it bigger than life. Write it, draw it, say it (via affirmations), and show it. Make your desire for courage so real that there’s no room for inner denial. You are clear!
Ready for more? Look for parts 3 & 4 of this interesting article on how courage becomes a critical management skill when developed with care and persistence.
Adapted from the book Managing From The Inside Out by Jim Hornickel, Director Training & Development, Bold New Directions. For more resources about how to increase your management skills through management training, leadership training, or teambuilding team visit our website at http://www.managementtraininginstitute.com or learn about management training at https://www.boldnewdirections.com
Source url :