Gleb Tsipursky, Disaster Avoidance Expert
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Ever lose a good client? Make a bad hire? Fail to retain top talent? Have a project flop? Experienced unnecessary conflicts within your team? Had a merger go poorly? Miss a profitable investment opportunity? At their root, such disasters usually result from a series of bad decisions. You can usually identify these bad decisions looking back, but what if you could prevent them in the future? How much money, time, reputation, physical health, and emotional well-being could you save? Sample Presentation Topics: “The Secrets to Avoiding Disaster for Leaders: A Science-Based Guide to Successful Decision-Making” No one wants to see a disaster in their workplace, yet they happen all the time, from everyday disasters such as a new hire not working out to major crises that may lead to bankruptcy. The large majority of these disasters are preventable, and stem from one or usually a series of poor decisions. In hindsight, we can clearly see which decisions led to disaster: wouldn’t it be wonderful to be able to predict these bad decisions in advance and avoid them? Fortunately, you can learn how to minimize everyday mishaps and major disasters through applying decision-making science. This presentation draws on research in decision-making and emotional and social intelligence as well as real-world case studies to help optimize the process of decision-making for leaders, teams, and organizations. “Helping Your Clients Succeed Through Emotional Intelligence” Isn’t it frustrating when you know what your client needs to do to succeed, but the client just won’t listen to you? Or perhaps your client does listen during your meeting, but then doesn’t do what you agreed on afterward? How do you address that problem? Too often, the problem stems from the client’s emotional landscape, which creates resistance obstructing the client’s success. This presentation uses recent research from psychology and cognitive neuroscience to help you convey your message effectively through emotionally intelligent communication to help your client both internalize and implement your suggestions successfully. “Engaging Employees Through Creating a Meaningful Workplace” Your bottom line depends on your employees being as engaged and invested as possible. Research on companies with highly engaged employees shows the importance of creating a sense of a meaningful workplace to do so. This presentation shows the simple and cost-effective sense to creating a meaningful workplace to help maximize your bottom line. “How To Reach Your Goals in the Workplace” Did you ever have the experience of knowing where you want to go, but not how to get there? Or how about trying to get to where you want to go, but missing your target, month after month? Recent research on goal achievement suggests some simple and effective strategies that you can take to reach your goals, as an individual or an organization. “Cultivating Trust and Integrity Through Behavioral Science” Trust is the vital if invisible glue holding an organization together, and research shows that a lack of trust within an organization profoundly damages employee engagement, retention, and productivity. Trust is based on a foundation of integrity, and much recent behavioral science research highlights how to cultivate a culture of integrity to avoid the disasters resulting from insufficient trust within an organization. This presentation describes the benefits of trust, and suggests a series of easy-to-use, research-based strategies to strengthen integrity within your organization.” “Leadership Success Through Research-Based Emotional Intelligence” While vital for leadership success, emotional intelligence has become a diluted and fuzzy concept. This presentation focuses on the actual research behind emotional intelligence and science-backed strategies for how leaders can use emotional management, empathy, and emotional contagion to achieve their workplace goals. “Cultivating Socially Intelligent Organizations” Research shows that most of our decision-making and behavior is driven by emotions, yet most organizations act as though humans are rational creatures. Applying the research on social intelligence helps organizations make wise policies and communicate effectively to internal and external stakeholders to achieve organizational goals.
- Keynotes, Break-out Sessions, International, Interactive Workshops, Mini Workshops, Group Work, Coaching, Consulting, Webinar, Skype/Zoom/Other videoconference, Videos, E-learning
Outstanding Leadership Retreat Presentation
Gleb...Your presentation at our Leadership Retreat was outstanding!
The entire Leadership Team of Synergy National was very impressed with your presentation. Your remarks and insights were excellent and set the tone for a meaningful and productive meeting. As a result, we were 'working from' from a common foundation and mindset and I feel that we accomplished more during our Leadership Retreat than we would have, if you had not presented your material. So, for that.....our sincere gratitude and appreciation!
Vice President Synergy National
The audience had very positive feedback
“Our community leaders benefited from Dr. Tsipursky’s expertise, presentation, and insights during a Columbus Foundation Nonprofit Forum. We collaborated to bring a “Science of Decision Making” presentation to the central Ohio nonprofit community. The content was delivered in a digestible way that covered high-level theory, while also providing tactics and tools that could be immediately implemented. The audience had very positive feedback, and I was pleased to be able to offer the content, and expertise to the sector.”
I highly recommend him!
Dr. Gleb Tsipursky presented “Help Clients Avoid Disasters Through Science-Based Decision-Making” to the International Coaches Federation of Columbus. He responded to every request I made for documents, etc., immediately. His presentation style is warm and engaging. His presentation and slides were excellent. Even the most senior coaches (25+ years coaching experience) were really surprised and impressed with the information he gave us. Several want to see him again, and some even want an all day training session! He is a snap to work with, has very interesting scientific information, and is a delightful presenter. I highly recommend him!