A motivating factor for courage is one’s values. This simple activity—creating a “courage manifesto”—can be done individually or in groups both to identify those values (Practice M1) and to stay focused on pursuing what is truly meaningful to you and to your colleagues.
The danger of silence
By: Clint Smith, TED
A guide to decision-making through Principled Innovation
By: Principled Innovation™ (PI)
Model code of educator ethics
How humility will make you the greatest person ever
By: Greater Good Science Center
You don’t have to be nice to political opponents. But you do need to talk to them.
By: Teresa Bejan, Washington Post