It's becoming increasingly clear: unity or divisiveness starts at the top! Today's challenge in our 24/7, diverse, and TNT -Time-Numbers-Technology-driven and distracted world is: a) to capture people?s attention. b) speak to their heads and hearts, spirits and souls. c) create a platform where folks can truly engage with one another.
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.
Describe topic importance, how this can add value to the work style. This webinar will provide leaders with communication tools and techniques for understanding how to communicate with inclusive substance and style. Discover the Five "A" of Arousing-Connecting-Energizing Communication. Participants will also gain active questioning and reflective listening tools, learn to replace blaming "You" with assertive "I" messages. Also, attendees will learn to develop and apply the mind and mood diversity within.
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" – www.stressdoc.com – was called a "workplace resource" by National Public Radio (NPR).