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The Responsible, Resilient & Risk-Taking Leader: Turning on Your “Passion Power”

Topic:
The Responsible, Resilient & Risk-Taking Leader: Turning on Your “Passion Power”
Date:
April 2, 2012 at 2:00 - 3:00 PM ET
Presenters:
Mark Gorkin, President(Stress Doc Enterprises)
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Description
This session has been postponed from the February 14 & 15, 2012 event.

In these rapidly moving times, it’s not enough to share information and provide direction; today’s leader needs to maintain mind-body fitness, must genuinely connect, manage both the logical and psychological uncertainty of change, and also inspire. Let Mark Gorkin, aka “The Stress Doc” ™, help you discover and/or expand your “Passion Power” and “TLC Leadership – Inspiring Trust, Laughter and Creative Collaboration” even during the most unpredictable or tumultuous times. Through thought-provoking and compelling presentation along with sharing fun-filled exercises, Gorkin provides energizing tools and techniques for: a) managing stress and preventing burnout by promoting responsibility and resiliency, b) engaging loss and change, c) defusing power struggles by asking “good questions” to ultimately build trust, d) inspiring self and others though “Creative Risk-Taking” and “Passion Power” concepts and skills, e) playfully sharing “confident humility” thereby helping others more readily identify and connect with you, and f) achieving high performance and motivating team productivity and camaraderie.

More specifically, you will discover:

a) The Four Stages of Burnout and two OD strategies for promoting “Individual-Organizational Responsibility and Resiliency”
b) A quick Power Struggle Exercise to lighten a mood and enlighten the room with “Respectful-Real-Responsible-Responsive” communication and trust-building tools and techniques
c) How to promote resiliency and risk-taking capacity with “Four Steps of Creative Risk Taking” and the “Five ‘P’s of “Passion Power” Model: Being “Purposeful-Provocative-Passionate-Playful-Philosophical”
d) The Intimate FOE Exercise: Transforming Fear of Exposure into the Fun of Embarrassment – Why Inspiring Leaders know to “Confront the Intimate FOE”; the Forms Funeral story

Seek the higher power of Stress Doc humor: May the Farce Be with You!

Don't miss your appointment with the Stress Doc.
Who Should Participate
All experience levels, but especially for folks who want to be more inspiring leaders.
What You Will Learn
1. Recognize burnout smoke signals and learn key tools for generating individual and organizational rejuvenation, responsibility and resiliency 2. Learn communications tools and techniques for defusing power struggles and building trust 3. Strengthen a capacity for resiliency and risk-taking through Creative Risk-Taking concepts and an inspiring “Passion Power” Model 4. Enhance connection with others by confronting and sharing the Intimate FOE Exercise
Recommended Resources
1) Stress Doc Website – www.stressdoc.com 2) Stress Doc Blog – http://www-stressdoc-com.blogspot.com/ 3) Gorkin, M. and Peden, J., “Top Ten Mind Barriers to Maximizing Wellness-Leadership-Business Performance,” KNOW Magazine, 2011 4) Goldsmith, M., Baldoni, J, and McArthur, S., The AMA Handbook of Leadership, 2010 5) Workshop handout for attendees to be provided
Communities
Training and Development
Leadership
Leadership Models
Leading Others
Leading Change
Empowerment
Leading Self
Stress
Flexibility/Adaptability
Leadership Competencies
Motivating
Collaboration
Communication
HR Leadership
Games
Developing Organizational Leadership Capabilities
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2 / 5
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5 / 5
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3 / 5
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3 / 5
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4 / 5
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5 / 5
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5 / 5
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4 / 5
Very Good Presentation
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4 / 5
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3 / 5
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2 / 5
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4 / 5
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Utopia Home Care Inc
5 / 5
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4 / 5
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Speaker seems very knowledgable but is scattered in his presentation style. 2 / 5
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