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[Be] Courageous in 2013 and follow these tips
Mark Twain’s apt comment is sage. Courage is not always the absence of fear, but a choice to master the fear by taking appropriate action. You can still feel fear while retaining the courage to take action.
Here are some ideas from the book, Who Took My Pen … Again?, on possible ways to demonstrate being courageous:
- Approaching your leader on a problem related to the two of you working ineffectively in certain areas or a change you want to see in your leader.
- Taking a stand to be positive and hopeful in a poor morale environment.
- Whistle-blowing an unsafe practice or non-integral activity.
- Selling a new process to increase productivity.
- Addressing a situation with a peer – having the critical conversation.
- Avoid hiding behind e-mail, ignoring an issue, or hoping it goes away on its own.
- Promoting unpopular ideas to anyone in the company, department, or a team.
- Starting an administrative team in the company.
- Getting training in your organization for the administrative community.
- Trying something new.
- Finding an alternative.
Find these tips and more on how to acknowledge your fear, risk and live your values in Chapter 8 of this awesome new book by administrative professionals, for administrative professionals, Who Took My Pen … Again?