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Mastering Your High-Performance Leadership Mindset

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High-Performance Leaders are achievement oriented. They are visionary, purposeful, decisive and they get results. At the same time, they relate well to people. They are compassionate, authentic and courageous. But what sets them apart is they have great self awareness and systems awareness. This enables them to effectively navigate stress and change. As High Performance Conscious Leaders, they have the capacity to create highly engaged cultures that drive greater business performance and thriving enterprises. Through a mix of groundbreaking science, story, and experiential learning, you’ll learn a powerful neuroscience and mindfulness-based 4-step system to learn new ways to master stress, transform your mindset, take your leadership to the next level and make an even bigger difference in the lives of those who you serve.

Time Allocation - Topics

5% Recognizing the scientifically validated qualities of High-Performance and Low-Performance Leadership

15% Understanding how these high and low performance qualities relate to how your brain works

15% Discovering how to better work your brain with mindfulness practice

5% Introducing a practical 4-Step Framework to Engage High-Performance Conscious Leadership

10% Step 1: Recognizing and Managing Reactivity

10% Step 2: Reappraising Stress and Self-Doubt

10% Step 3: Cultivating Creativity (by focusing on what matters most and work and at home)

10% Step 4: Catalyzing Growth

15% Applying the 4-Step Framework to enhance relationships and create high-performing teams and cultures

5% Wrap up including highlighting the immediately actionable key takeaways

Focus

Primary -- LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT: Commitment, Communication, Decisiveness, Motivation, Timing, Use of Time

Secondary -- PLANNING/ORGANIZING: Problem Identification, Selecting and Organizing Information, Developing Specific Plans, Determining Required Resources

Tertiary -- EXECUTING/CONTROLLING/EVALUATING: Decision Making, Delegation, Coordination, Meeting Schedules, Follow Up

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Dr. David Posen graduated from the University of Toronto Medical School in 1967. He was involved in a research project in San Francisco before interning in Edmonton, Alberta. After a year of general practice in the Canadian Arctic he spent a year practicing in Jerusalem. In 1971 he started a fami...

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