Make a Muscle: Finding the Courage to Dare, Risk, Grow and Lead in Rapidly Changing Times
Courage is a muscle that we all have. You either use it or lose it. You may have a novel idea, a secret dream, a yearning. But to take a risk, innovate and try a new path when times are tough, requires a reservoir of courage.
What if we could cultivate courage and help it spread through the ranks? What if there was a fear vaccine that helped us make a muscle, energize and innovate in the face of rising competition, confrontation, and daily disruption.
Whether it’s daring to make the call, feeling empowered to speak up, boldly signing a new contract or introducing a new product, a strong courage muscle is crucial to a successful outcome, and that kind of courage tends to be contagious. Implementing an industry-changing idea becomes possible. Feeling more confident and more engaged. Brave enough to drive change. Inspired to move in a new direction. In her high-energy, humorous and uplifting keynote, Lila Lazarus, a global explorer, adventure seeker, and pioneer in the field of human courage, helps organizations and individuals cultivate the courage to take on a new project. To win the deal. To drive an idea toward a breathtaking outcome. The courage to grow. The courage to win. The courage to soar. Lila will help you and your organization make a muscle.
- How to identify courage and cultivate your own or within your organization
- Courageous approaches to taking on anything new
- How to put courage into everyday practice
- To boost innovation and facilitate change through courageous action
- Build the muscle that creates better communicators and executors.
AUDIENCE: This keynote is ideal for organizations with a cross-section of attendees
whether corporate-based or an association. The focus is building courage as individuals,
teams and organizations — especially in the face of great change and disruption.
PRICING: Call to discuss options.
SPEAKER: Multiple Emmy Award winner, Lila Lazarus is able to motivate like no other. Her ability to touch and inspire an audience is something she’s developed through many years of public speaking. Her strength is the ability to lift people out of their comfort zone and persuade them to attempt things they’ve never tried before. Audience members consistently remark about how her words served as an inspiration and how her message has changed their lives.