Whether on a daily basis or in times of crisis,
organizations look to their leaders for courage in
the face of adversity. Courage is the strength
to act on strong beliefs, whatever the risk.
When leaders remain steadfast in their adherence to
principles, regardless of professional jeopardy, they
generate confidence, loyalty and respect from their
peers, employees, and clients. In today’s
business climate, executives must have the courage
to enact corporate governance initiatives that curtail
excess and uphold the interests of customers, shareholders
and employees. Without bold leadership, companies
suffer from a lack of effective management, stakeholder
trust, and ultimately, profitability.