Huffington Post Publishes Blog Series Written by CEO, Brooke Deterline
In her Science of Courageous Leadership blog series, Brooke writes about the critical need for courage in the workplace, and the the broad relevance of our work. Click here to see a listing of the articles in this blog series.
"50 years of social psychology demonstrates that we are not simply "good people" or "bad apples" who behave predictably. Stressful social - including professional -- situations and the roles that we occupy can dramatically affect our behavior, often outside of our awareness. For example, even the most ethical of us might stay silent or act in ways counter to our values and best thinking when our courageous action is needed most. Sadly, over time this erodes our human and organizational value and potential."
Our Work Featured in O Magazine Article: The Morality Workout, Exercises to Be More Ethical
Author Elizabeth Svoboda talks about our work Oprah's O Magazine. She highlights how we have the ability to transform into more ethical people in the workplace through specific research-based training, or "exercises", offered by Courageous Leadership. These exercises strengthen our courage muscle and help us to act in accord with our values.
"The science-based approach Deterline and Henderson use in their workshops—for companies including Google, Kaiser Permanente, and Stanford's Rock Center for Corporate Governance, as well as for the general public—is called Social Fitness Training, and it involves participants role-playing morally challenging situations."
HUFFPOST LIVE Interviews CEO, Brooke Deterline on: Why It's Important to Face Your Fears In Life and Business
"Imagine a world where every leader makes compassionate and ethical decisions. That's the goal of Brooke Deterline,
a CEO who teaches the power of sensitive decision making."
The New York Times references Courageous Leadership services in an article called: In Life and Business, Learning to Be Ethical
While relevant both personally and professionally, this article discusses how business ethics, particularly in recent years, is needed in the financial world.
"The problem, research shows, is that how we think we’re going to act when faced with a moral decision and how we
really do act are often vastly different."
Brooke Deterline Talks About Using Social Fitness Training TM to Create Ethical Cultures and Socially Fit Teams in the Workplace in this TEDx Talk
Brooke Deterline Talks About Leading With Courage in this Talk at MIT
This this talk was given previously when Brooke was the Director of Corporate Consulting for the Heroic Imagination Project.