a Three “R” – Responsible, Resilient & Risk-Taking – Leader:
Your “Passion Power” and Inspiring TLCs – Trust, Laughter & Creative
economically and psychologically challenging times, today’s leader must know
how to step up – to genuinely connect and inspire.
Discover your “Passion Power” and “TLC Leadership – Inspiring
Trust, Laughter and Creative
Collaboration” even during challenging times.
Learn and apply energizing tools and techniques for building
individual resiliency, team camaraderie and achieving high performance
motivation and morale in the face of uncertainty.
Effectively give and receive feedback, ask courageous questions and
disarm power struggles while building trust.
Transform group frustration and conflict into Leadership TLC and
self-effacing humor. Discover
the Three “R” model and method for reducing stress, engaging in responsible
and resilient risk-taking, while expanding your “passion power” energy,
motivating others and creating team synergy.
Core target audience is all levels of supervisors and management.
Leadership workshops have been successfully led with a variety of
government and corporate entities, including the US Military and Engineering
Systems and Products (ESP). The
Three “R” Leadership model was successfully introduced recently at a
day-long program for
Chesterfield County 2011 Supervisory Leadership Conference.
Four Stages of Burnout
and keys to breaking the “erosive spiral”
Learn the Five “C”s of Power Struggles and the Six “F”s for Managing Loss
“Four Steps of Creative Risk-Taking” and traits of risk-takers
leadership benefits of “embracing embarrassment”
the Passion Power Leadership Model:
Interaction of Mind, Mood &
Use exercises to gain tools and techniques for diverse group creative
Learn psychological-interpersonal skills for dealing with loss and change
Defuse power struggles while building trust by asking empathic-courageous
Use survey and group consultation to identify risk-taking strengths and
Confront the Intimate FOE:
Transform “Fear of Exposure” into “Fun of Embarrassment”
Use “Passion Power Model” to strengthen collaboratively leadership
Learn to use healing (especially, self-effacing) humor to defuse tension and