Cooperative Hall of Fame inductee Ann Hoyt tells a tale of three of her top picks for people that displayed courageous leadership in the face of impossible odds. Hear about the work of Abraham Shadid, Carol Greewald and David Smith. She believes “the ability to act rightly” in the face of popular opposition, shame, scandal, discouragement and personal loss defines the core of courageous leadership. These inspiring stories of these individuals is truly uplifting, but from Hoyt’s perspective everyone has the capacity to exemplify courage. “What I see in the co-op movement is moral courage,” Hoyt said. “You have a great opportunity in the co-op movement to be a courageous leader.”
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