About RyanRyan Berman is the founder of Courageous and has been credited with instigating the corporate courage movement.
Ryan Berman has more than 20 years in the courageous ideas space and an intimate understanding of the intricacies of emotional story telling for the purposes of driving courageous change. Ryan, a practitioner and authority on the subject, has had his methods featured in Entrepreneur, Fast Company, Inc and Forbes.
In addition to giving talks at Google, Snapchat and charity: water, Ryan speaks all over the country to C Suite, marketing and professional services audiences on the topic. He covers the learning’s found in his book Return On Courage: A Business Playbook For Change.
Living in San Diego, California, Ryan has had the good fortune of creating stories for household brands such as Caesars Entertainment, Johnson & Johnson, Kraft Heinz, Major League Baseball, PUMA, Qualcomm, and Subway.
He has been featured on a panoply of Podcasts including Adam Markel’s New Pivot Podcast, Bryan Kramer’s H2H podcast, Awesome At Your Job podcast and Rhett Power.
Ryan also has his own Courage Brand called “Sock Problems” – an altruistic sock company that strives to “sock” world problems with socks.
Finally, Ryan launched a Courage Bootcamp as an 8 week online course helping companies galvanize their staff and pinpoint their best talent.
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In the Media
Below is a list of newsworthy articles written about Ryan Berman, Return on Courage and Courageous.
Fast Company Features Return On Courage
Jeff Boss Shares Courage Brands® with Forbes Community
Inc’s Martin Zwilling features “Return On Courage”
Ryan Berman featured on Social Native’s Marketing Mix Podcast
Skip Prichard Includes Excerpt From “Return On Courage”
LeadershipNow features “Return on Courage”
BPI Network Shares Why I Believe Courage Is A Competitive Advantage
Is Your Company A Courage Brand in Young Upstarts?
My Four Principles of Courage Featured in SmallBizDaily
Business Performance Innovation Network // Courage is Your X Factor:
Small Biz Trends article on how Courage Can Save Your Company:
Hustle Sold Separately Podcast