kamurj Posted March 13, 2007 Share Posted March 13, 2007 "Courage is the first of the finest virtues making all of the other virtues possible." - Aristotle Dear eNotAloners the topic of this "Ask the Expert" discussion is "How to Claim Your Courage at Work and Make it Work for You!" You may post your questions for Sandra in this thread. Sandra will start posting answers Thursday and the discussion will be open until Saturday. About Sandra Ford Walston, The Courage Expert™ Video: Courage: The Untapped Reservoir Windows: link removed - link removed Macintosh: link removed - link removed Sandra Walston is known as The Courage Expert™. She is a leadership consultant, national speaker, corporate trainer, Courage Coach, poet, and internationally published author. With an emphasis on understanding courage behaviors and individual personality and leadership styles, the consultant/author specializes in organizational behavior that guides people to step up to their next level ("He who hesitates before each step spends his life on one leg." – Chinese proverb). Sandra is currently a candidate for an Honorary Doctorate Degree for her ten years of original courage research. She is the internationally published author (Greece and Brazil) of the regional bestseller link removed endorsed by Marianne Williamson, Jack Canfield, Harriet Rubin and Neale Donald Walsch, to name a few. Her second book, Courage Goes to Work (courage consciousness skills at work), extends the original research and highlights the male and female insights on the merit of courage leadership at work (this book is currently being reviewed by publishers). Sandra provides skill-based programs for public and private businesses, including Caterpillar, Inc., Procter & Gamble, the FBI, Hitachi Consulting, IBM, Wide Open West, Society of Women Engineers, and Farmers Insurance. She is Faculty Member for The Woodhull Institute and the Advanced Management Institute. She taught for eleven years programs for the Colorado Society of CPAs and she was a former instructor at the University of Denver. Sandra is certified in the Enneagram, a system of understanding nine different personality types within three general categories and she has advanced qualifications to administer and interpret the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator®. She believes that integrating spirituality and work leads to a more naturally propelled and happy employee, resulting in reduced attrition and improved bottom-line performance. She has had her own consulting business for over 13 years and she is available for telephone consultations to discuss her expertise. Sandra writes for Chief Learning Officer and many other magazines including Training & Development and Strategic Finance. She has been interviewed around the world and she has been a featured radio guest and television expert on courage behaviors and courage consciousness. She has been featured in The Denver Post, New Age magazine, Newsday, The Denver Business Journal, Society of Women Engineers, Executive Women, to name a few. Visit Sandra's website at link removed or email her at email removed. Link to comment
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