If you’re like most people, it’s been a while. Or never. Few of us have these feelings at work because we tend to avoid decisions or actions that require bravery. We naturally prefer the comfort of the status quo and the safety of the crowd. We play small just like everybody else. As a result, we seldom take opportunities to transform ourselves, our teammates or our organization.
At Bravium, we approach “butterflies” a little differently. We celebrate this magical feeling and believe it’s a sign that we’re about to do something remarkable. We embrace these moments of bravery as the truest way of achieving our highest potential.
With this spirit in mind, we design experiences and training programs that help individuals and teams bravely transform into more strategic, innovative and effective leaders.
The urge to know is a powerful force. It keeps us moving forward, exploring, experimenting, and opening new doors.
In all that we do, may we do it with enthusiasm. No one ever moved the world without it.
Never underestimate the power to influence others. A simple act of kindness can change a life. Let us never miss an opportunity to be the reason someone believes in the goodness of humanity.
Obstacles will always interfere with our plans. However, we embrace the idea that what stands in the way becomes the way. We will endure, adapt and overcome.
Through which lens we see the world makes all the difference. With that in mind, we choose to bring happiness and excitement to everyone we meet.
Be present. Show up in the little ways. Care for the person first. Bring warmth and joy.
Be honest. Tell the truth. Let people know where you stand. Use simple language. Call things what they are. Demonstrate integrity. Don’t manipulate people or distort facts. Don’t spin the truth. Don’t leave false impressions.
Set your boundaries. Release any person or projects that ask you to compromise our services, values, or reputation.
There is more than enough to go around. Play to keep the game going. Give without expectations. Compete only on quality.
Growth doesn't happen without risk. Avoid the call of comfort. Try new things and approaches. Do it differently this time. Force yourself to be brave.
What we do today won’t matter 100 years from now. Be humble. Be grateful. Be content. Enjoy the moment. Don't beat yourself up. Don't hold grudges.