Comfort Zone v Courage Zone: Why we need both

60min virtual workshop

You don’t have to be a hero every day. But you do need to know when to step up.

Learn to operate well in both comfort and discomfort.

Workshop Overview

Life doesn’t always start at the edge of your comfort zone.

Spending too much time in the courage zone is a recipe for burnout. On the other hand, spending too much time in the comfort zone risks stagnation.

Your boundaries are there to keep you safe. Learn where you need to be at different times to keep you resourceful, learning and growing.

What will you learn?

  1. Recognise when you are in your comfort and courage zone.
  2. Identify when you’re in the right zone for the task
  3. Discover the activities that make you comfortable and which require your courage.
  4. Develop ideas and actions to masterfully navigate between the two zones.

What do people say about us?

Fuller Andrea


Angela has the fantastic ability to get under the skin of a team and understand their needs. This enables her to deliver a tailor-made learning solution which adds genuine value and benefit to the team, enabling them to move forward with clear direction and vision. I would highly recommend Angela to deliver the perfect training package to meet your development need and enhance team performance.

Andrea Fuller
HR Manager

Jo Mead


Angela's course design and delivery is always clear and makes learning enjoyable and easy. Her training materials during the training and support afterwards provide great insight in the subject. She works hard to ensure learning's are applied back into the workplace and finding ways for delegates to increase their accountability. Angela is an insightful and energetic trainer and I hope to work with her again in the future.

Jo Mead
Demand Planning Manager



Angela is one of the best trainers I have ever worked with. She uses a great mixture of science, theory, practical exercises and electronic applications to keep the audience engaged throughout any of her courses. She has a great skill at listening to an individual’s input, but still keeping to topic and to time. One of Angela’s greatest skills is building training material specific to a team’s needs, but aligning to wider business strategies and using expert views to deliver material that is well thought through and validated.

Tesco Customer controller

Laura Mulholland


Angela has delivered many development programmes to our managers at Allied Bakeries and the feedback is always excellent. Her key strength is in her ability to relate, both to a diverse group of management and to tailor learning to the workplace making it relevant and insightful. She builds confidence in front line managers and creates a safe environment for people to try out new skills. The benefits can be seen in our manager’s capability improvement across the areas she has worked with us on which include Managing Performance, Coaching and Presentation Skills.

HR Manager

Test 1

The training help my colleagues and achieve personal growth which has in turn improved organisation capability.


Test 2

The training help my colleagues and achieve personal growth which has in turn improved organisation capability.


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