Possibilitizing and Heroism

In this article, Dr. Lindsey Godwin positions the concept of possibilitizing as an overarching unique concept within the realm of creative decision-making. After outlining its conceptual foundation within the social sciences, Dr. Godwin provides a thoughtful, evidence-driven explanation of the implications for heroic leadership and organization development in the perpetually disrupted modern world.

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This article is featured in the Encyclopedia of Heroism Studies, an important resource, and the first of its kind in the growing field of heroism studies. This book presents concepts, research, and events key to understanding heroism, heroic leadership, heroism development, heroism science, and their relevant applications to businesses, organizations, clinical psychology, human wellness, human growth potential, public health, social justice, social activism, and the humanities.

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