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Alida Raubenheimer-Coetzer

Learning and curiosity: A leadership advantage

Idealog + Tocker Associates

Learning and curiosity: A leadership advantage

What does brave leadership look like? Leading selflessly, serving more than yourself and doing more than what’s expected in times of uncertainty. That’s brave leadership. It’s the courage needed despite the inherent fear. It’s about building others, praising innovation and recognising and appreciating loyalty. Courage in leadership is a well-documented requirement. Leaders who show courage are almost always supported by their staff. These are the leaders who venture into unchartered territory, commit to change and demonstrate integrity. They are respected by their teams and their stakeholders and most always seen as trustworthy allies. Brave leadership is built on a clear sense of self and on the cornerstones of tangible values.