Movies often portray a hero as someone who demonstrates extraordinary feats of strength or courage. However, in the real world, a hero is anyone willing to make a personal sacrifice for the benefit of others. The good news is this means that each and every one of us has the capacity to be a hero to someone else. The bad news is that many of us will not rise to the challenge when a situation calls for action. The critical question is why? Join Matt Langdon from the Hero Round Table to learn about the barriers to heroic action and the ways you can use hero training to make it more likely that you’ll help others in their moment of need. With real life examples and the results of research, you’ll leave this session ready to be a hero.