When he was young, consultant Bill Treasurer feared heights. He overcame his fear and became a high-diving champion. Every day for seven years, Treasurer would climb to the top of a 100-foot tower (as tall as a 10-story building). From there, at a speed of more than 50 miles per hour, he’d dive head-first into a 10-foot deep pool. He became the captain of the US High Diving Team. Now, he teaches managers how to be brave and how to imbue their workers with courage. In this tenth-anniversary edition of his bestseller on building courage in the workplace, Treasurer jokes that he hopes to enroll his readers in the “Fraternal Order of Courageous Managers.” Sign up here.
About the Author
Bill Treasurer is the founder and “chief encouragement officer” of Giant Leap Consulting, a courage-building training and consulting firm. His other books include Leaders Open Doors and Courageous Leadership.
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2 years agoVery good.
3 years agoLoved this, learnt from this, shared with other managers in my team. Preach