In the real world there are no Supermen, there are no Wonder Women. If we hold people up as heroes, they can only ever fall short. So what is different about a warrior?
As leaders we have a particular responsibility to not settle for the reassurance of hope, and the private satisfaction of raising our awareness. Now is the time for courageous action to challenge systemic racism and advocate for racial justice.
We all know the feeling of regret that follows a step towards vulnerability. It’s your mind saying, “What did you just do? What were you thinking?!” Managing this moment can be the difference between being a leader who consistently crosses their personal edges, and one who plays it safe.
As Global Warriors shifts focus from developing conscious leaders to courageous ones, we discuss how creating positive change in the world needs leaders who embrace both conscious awareness and courageous action.