Inspiring Leadership through Conflict, Courage, & Creativity: The Art of "Passion Power”

Duration 60 Mins
Level Basic & Intermediate & Advanced
Webinar ID IQW20K1121

  • Defining “Passion Power” exercise and 3 “B” Power Barometer exercise
  • The Five “A”s of Arousing, Connecting & Energizing (ACE) Communication-Leadership
  • Vision, courage and self-transformation
  • Disarming power struggles and critical aggressors exercise through courageous, trust-building “good questions”
  • Thomas-Kilmann Conflict Styles Inventory and exercises:  interaction of assertion and cooperation
  • Five “P”s of Passion Power Model/exercise: interaction between head-heart (mind) and serious-humor (mood) modes
  • Stress Doc’s “Top Ten” Skills, Structures & Strategies for building “Inclusive-Collaborative” (IC) participatory, “helmet’s off” teams

Overview of the webinar

In today's diverse, always-on, TNT - Time-Numbers-Technology - Driven & Distracted World, three performance-communication-relationship-building pillars often determine leadership success:

  • Are you courageously developing and passionately projecting your unique energy and experience, strengths and skills?
  • Are you truly "being heard or are you just making noise"?
  • Are you developing mutually productive and innovative partnerships?

With the Stress Doc’s singular wit and wisdom, this webinar will strengthen attendees’ abilities to bring their own purpose, passion, and power to real work-world issues. You will learn and apply high task & human touch motivational skills and strategies for

  • High-impact leadership and communication
  • Embracing change, loss, and opportunity
  • Managing anger and conflict

In addition, participants will gain creative tools and techniques for courageously engaging and inspiring individuals and teams, directly impacting coordination, morale, and the bottom-line!  Discover that while “There is no “I” in team” … there are two “I”s in WINNING.  And these “I” can “C”:  WINNING teams blend “Individual Creativity” and “Interactive Community.”

Who should attend?

All personnel levels, but especially leaders and those who aspire to be engaging – motivating and empathic – high-impact communicators; formal and informal leaders who want to maximize the creative potential of a more open, diverse and inclusive workforce.  This is a webinar for companies and organizations that understand the importance of generating “winning” IC2 teams:  blending Individual Creativity and Interactive Community! 

  • CEO
  • COO
  • HR Professionals
  • People Manager
  • Leaders
  • Directors
  • Managers
  • Supervisors
  • Business Owners
  • Business Consultants
  • Department Managers
  • Staff at all Levels

Why should you attend?

This webinar is for all individuals who wish to deliver leadership substance and style that connects with, motivate, and even inspires a diverse workplace by engaging both the head and the heart, high-task and human touch. And in today’s less vertical/hierarchical workplace, almost everyone has the potential to make leading contributions.

Faculty - Mr.Mark Gorkin

Mark Gorkin, MSW, LICSW, "The Stress Doc" ™, a nationally acclaimed speaker, popular webinar educator, writer, and "Motivational Psychohumorist" ™.  Mark is a founding partner and Stress Resilience and Trauma Debriefing Consultant for the Nepali Diaspora Behavioral Health & Wellness Initiative and is a Cross-Cultural Diversity Training Speaker & Consultant for numerous Federal Agencies.  The Doc is also a Leadership and Life Coach as well as a Clinical Therapist for Inner City Family Services, Washington, DC.  A former Stress and Violence Prevention Consultant for the US Postal Service, he has led numerous Pre-Deployment Stress Resilience-Humor-Team Building Retreats for the US Army.  Presently, Mark does Cross-Cultural Facilitation and Presentations for organizational/corporate clients of HR Consulting Firm PRM. The Doc is the author of Practice Safe Stress, The Four Faces of Anger, and Preserving Human Touch in a High-Tech World. Mark’s award-winning, USA Today Online "HotSite" – – was called a "workplace resource" by National Public Radio (NPR). 

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