An Elevate Workshop on Leadership
Case study: On-site construction leaders are tough and focused. To install a new set of tools in respect, professionalism, and leadership in DEI, you need a tough customer to deliver a very challenging story. That's what happened.
- Win-over: 15 minutes on 9/11 and how the NYPD worked hand-in-hand with other services and construction
- Turn: How Frank learned dignity and respect
- Tools: What you need to act and succeed in 2022 as a construction leader
- September 11 Call
- Lesson from the Pile AKA Ground Zero
- 20 years NYPD Transformation from Officer to Detective
- Realization, the path to change
- Walking towards one goal, saving and serving others
- Share a story activity
- What is fear?
- Character/Values/Individuality VS Insider/Outsider feeling
- The Four Agreements:
- Be impeccable with your word
- Don't take anything personally
- Don't make assumptions
- Always do your best
- Stoic Philosophy
- The ability to live in tranquility and harmony with nature and the universe
- Introduction to Marcus Aurelius (Emperor of Rome)
- Takeaways: Responsibility & Control of one's actions and how it is a choice
Frank is a retired NYPD Detective, 9/11 First Responder. He's an expert in mindfulness, living life fully, and mental health.
Live via Zoom
Live in Person
Running Time: 60 minutes
Listing created May 6, 2022
Elevate.ac10 months ago
This workshop talk has been delivered successfully to groups of on-site leaders in Chicago, with great success, feedback from both people on the ground and senior leadership. Case study available on request to firstname.lastname@example.org
Rob S**10 months ago
Frank is a genuine figure with a relatable and compelling story. He is able to open up a dialogue around sensitive topics with ease, create perspective, and will provide a roadmap for professionalism and personal growth.