Putting Courage to Work

Intensive Coaching and Development of Executives and Teams

Do you activate your courage everyday?


When leaders or teams focus on problems, they get more problems.

When they focus on solutions, they get more (and better) solutions. Leaders rarely get honest, direct feedback about their performance, and almost never about their style of interacting with others and the impact it has on people’s productivity, motivation and engagement.

We collect and provide clear and practicable, solution-focused feedback, and partner with leaders and teams to candidly address what is getting in the way of reaching the highest level of sustained results.

Using our Five Step Solution-Focused Model, you and your team will be clear and aligned on exactly where you’re headed and how you’ll get there. Together.


Great organizational cultures don't just happen. They require a strategy of their own, and flawless execution.

It’s time to acknowledge that ‘Diversity’ as an organizational movement is long dead. Too many organizational culture efforts become programs of the month, the first thing to go in tough times, and short-lived, feel good bursts, with no real momentum.

With decades of experience in the field of inclusion, engagement and differences, we bring a unique perspective on integrating global best practices for inclusion, diversity and engagement.


It's time to admit the truth: Work-Life Balance doesn't work.

It requires women to choose one over the other, leaving us depleted and guilt–ridden.

Work-Life Integration, however, allows us to be at our best wherever we are, which is good for us, our families and our organization’s results.

Work-Life Integration is not only a women's issue, it is an organizational, systemic issue. We help leaders position Work-Life Integration as a strategic lever for higher engagement, increased trust and better individual and team performance.

Coaching women leaders is our passion. Our Five Step Solution-Focused Model can help you (and your team) address the barriers to your highest level of performance, and create clear, practicable and Courageous plans for making your highest level professional and personal goals a reality.


Corey Jamison is a sought-after speaker and appears frequently at professional conferences and corporate events.

She is available for highly customized, interactive engagements ranging from one-hour presentations to multi-day workshops.

Topics may include:
Nothing is Impossible:
Courage as an Organizational Change Accelerator
Courageous Teams: Mustering the Collective Guts to Get the Job Done
Courageous Transitions: When It’s Time to Move Forward
For Women Only: Lower the Bar, Drop the Guilt
For Men Only: Leading With Courage at Work and at Home
Putting Courage to Work: Transforming Conflict into Collaboration
Courageous Teams: Building Enduring Mindsets of Radical Improvement
Courageous Couples: Abiding Love is a Choice

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            orey Jamison brings more than 20 years of experience partnering with executives and teams around the globe to drive dramatic, sustainable organizational transformation. She has worked with leaders at all levels of some of the largest brands, and offers a level of experience, acumen, partnership and courage that inspires leaders and teams toward the hard work of taking it to the next level. Corey is a world class facilitator who can turn even the most challenging teams toward shared accountability and new levels of productivity. She is a dynamic and sought-after speaker and appears frequently at professional conferences and seminars including the Organization Development Network (ODNetwork), The Conference Board, The Brookings Institution Center for Executive Education and the American Society for Training and Development (ASTD). In addition, Corey has been interviewed and quoted by National Public Radio (NPR), Good Morning America and The New York Times.

Corey has published numerous articles on topics ranging from the impact of downsizing on work culture to sustaining momentum in organizational change process, to measuring the success of leveraging diversity and building inclusion efforts. Her work on career-life-family integration has been inspired by her role as a proud mother and stepmother to seven children. Corey received her Bachelor's degree from Vassar College in New York and her Master's degree in education from Fitchburg State College in Massachusetts. She is a currently a doctoral candidate in Psychology at Walden University.


Courage Blog

    8 Steps for Transforming Conflict into Collaboration

    July 25, 2016

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    February 16, 2016

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    May 20, 2015

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  • "A ship is safe in harbor, but that's not what ships are for."

    — William G.T. Shedd

  • "Courage is resistance to fear, mastery of fear - not absence of fear."

    — Mark Twain

  • "Life shrinks or expands in proportion to one's courage."

    — Anaïs Nin

  • "I hope you live a life you're proud of. If you find that you're not, I hope you have the courage to start all over again."

    — Eric Roth, The Curious Case of Benjamin Button screenplay