Moral Courage College doesn't settle for being inspirational.
Through clear metrics, case studies and cutting-edge research, we're focused on having impact.
OUR METRICS OF SUCCESS ARE
Regular use of Moral Courage skills
by 25-30% of team members.
Deeper listening among team members
Increased willingness to hear divergent view
Greater motivation to learn from each other
Our partners achieve success in vastly different sectors and contexts,
showing that the skills of Moral Courage can be applied universally.
Here are our latest case studies.
Every day, I use at least one of the skills that Moral Courage College teaches, and I've watched as my colleagues do the same. In my 30+ years of observing, evaluating, and participating in behavior change programs, I can honestly say that the Moral Courage Method of communicating is the most impactful.
Vice President of Research
Society for Human Resource Management
Moral Courage is the essence of "Relational Leadership," an emerging practice that reduces stress, cultivates trust, deepens connection, and drives performance. Here's how we know. 👇🏾
ACCORDING TO ADP RESEARCH
"If an employee trusts both their teammates and their team leader, they are 7x more likely to feel strongly connected."
In turn, the "strongly connected" are:
More likely to believe that their voice matters
More likely to feel that they are an important part of the company
More likely to feel that they belong
More likely to feel accepted at work
More likely to be resilient