- Understand the limits of traditional empathy.
- Recognize the value of deep empathy.
- Anticipate the needs of their team partners.
- Create circles of confidence around each partner.
- Perform random acts of kindness.
- Integrate deep empathy with deep eloquence and endurance to create team genius.
- Appreciate the difference between eloquence and deep eloquence.
- Use words with poetic precision.
- Craft sentences that make the facts dance.
- Become compelling storytellers in conversation and presentations.
- Integrate deep eloquence with deep empathy and endurance to create team genius.
- Discern the difference between endurance and deep endurance.
- Minimize endurance stressors.
- Build a force-multiplier diet.
- Create quality sleep.
- Focus on full-body fitness.
- Master brain-calming breathing.
- Integrate deep endurance with deep empathy and eloquence to create team genius.
We are dealing with two contagions: the virus and the negative emotions it generates. With people dying and economies struggling, negative emotions like fear, anxiety, anger and frustration are on the rise. In this presentation, Dr. Joe shows you how to enhance your personal and professional leadership skills to improve mental well-being in yourself and your team partners.
Audiences will learn to:
- Recognize the importance of leadership in the emotional landscape.
- Create a circle of confidence around every team member.
- Follow the science.
- Build physical and mental resilience.
The Covid pandemic is generating multiple forms of loss and grief. In this presentation, Dr. Joe describes the six stages of grief and how to navigate them. Central to this is the importance of laughing at yourself and the weird times we live in. Dr. Joe shows you how—when your heart is broken—you create something positive with the pieces. One of those things is humour.
Audiences will learn to:
- Recognize and respond to the stages of grief.
- Create action steps to move beyond loss.
- Find their self-deprecating, comedic voice.
- Write micro and macro scripts.
- Use humour to improve their public speaking skills.
Dr. Joe was the team leader on two $5-million engineering projects beneath the Arctic and Atlantic Oceans. His latest book, Deep Leadership: Essential Insights from High-Risk Environments was based on his experiences on undersea engineering projects and interviews with shuttle astronauts and soldiers serving in Afghanistan. In this visually-driven presentation, he uses dramatic stories to distill what he learned about strategic imagination, the power of language, the strength of stamina and how these three principles make you a better, faster leader in your office or workplace.
Dr. Joe was the co-leader of a $5-million Imax film expedition to the Titanic and has made two 4,000 meter dives to the Mount Everest of shipwrecks. He was the journalist on James Cameron’s $7-million live-from-the-Titanic broadcast for the Discovery Channel. In this visually-driven presentation, he shows how going too fast . . . ignoring iceberg warnings . . . locking up the binoculars . . . making the wrong turn . . . are metaphors for safety and performance issues in our personal and professional lives. Using real-life examples, he warns against false assumptions, creeping complacency and reveals how vigilance and persistence accelerate safety.