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Leading with Awe

Our brains aren’t built for optimal performance, happiness, or inspired leadership. They are built simply to keep us alive. The result? We avoid difficult conversation, and confrontations, workers are disengaged, and we exist our way through work and live. MEH. But the solution lies within each of us. Rather than allowing our biology to hold us back, we can use it to work for us, unlocking our highest potential and learning that we fear(leads), we make room for so much more.

Keynote audiences will leave with tools that enable them to:

  1. Identify and break through personal biological barriers to optimal performance
  2. Evaluate and neutralize subconscious fears that prevent them from playing all in
  3. Utilize awe in place of fear to drive performance, collaboration, and engagement


Finding Adventure in Ambiguity

Our brains believe the stories we tell them. Without conscious effort, they are negativity-seeking missiles, but we have the power to change that. Rather than allowing our stress to spiral resulting in decreased performance and an array of health problems, we can use our biology to work with us, turning stress into a positive experience that pushes us into better outcomes.

Keynote audiences will leave with tools that enable them to:

  1. Re-categorize stress as a strength that can drive performance
  2. Utilize a 3-step scientific technique to shift stress mindsets from ordeal to adventure
  3. Enable positive communication, ideation, and creative collaborations to lead through ambiguity with a beginner’s mind


Celebrations & Critical Conversations

No blame. No finger pointing. No guilt. Fear(less) Diversity is all about not running away from the critical conversations we need to better understand the instincts and systems that drive us to carry bias. No matter our background, we all carry some shortcuts and biases about others (and ourselves!). It doesn’t make us bad people – it makes us human! But when we understand the programming that drive these stories, we can be more effective in intervening before they negatively affect out relationships and performance.

Keynote audiences will leave with tools that enable them to:

  1. Understand the root of subconscious bias and stories that lead to unproductive behaviours
  2. Engage with these fear in difficult conversations
  3. Adopt a clear common external enemy to decrease internal conflict and increase cooperation and connection

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