Trust is huge and it is difficult to understand. So, thewhole 'being brave' point was to get everyone together to talk about it. Managing Director, Financial Services

Choosing to Be Brave – Resources

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Pillar: BENEVOLENCE

Habit No.8: Choosing to be brave
Do you have the moral courage to stick your neck out and to stand up for what you believe in? This is the type of bravery that builds trust when people know that you will do the right thing, even if it could have negative personal consequences.

Two Minutes on Trust: Listen to Dr John Blakey and Fiona Furman, Communications Manager at NAHL Group plc, discussing Habit No.8 in ‘The Nine Habits of Trust – Choosing to Be Brave’.

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4 Ways to be Braver

May 2015 by Margarita Tartakovsky, MS on PsychCentral, psychcentral.com

Courage is plentiful. In fact, it’s all around us, writes Robert Biswas-Diener, Ph.D, a positive psychology researcher and founder of Positive Acorn, in his latest book The Courage Quotient: How Science Can Make You Braver. And it doesn’t just happen on the battlefield: It also happens…

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