Mark Pollack

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Inspirational Speaker, Explorer, Innovator, & Collaboration Catalyst

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Expect Problems As We Explore Possibilities

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Sometimes we choose our challenges, sometimes our challenges choose us. What we decide to do about them is what counts. Deciding to be a competitor, a realist and a collaborator offers your people a chance of maintaining a resilient mindset under pressure. Mark Pollock’s keynote on adversity and challenges uses the power of active decision making to deal with challenges, regardless of where they come from, to help your people become more resilient.

Uncertainty and change typify a crisis and it’s difficult to lead in such circumstances. By providing your people with insights into the resilience, attitude and decisions of others facing extreme circumstances you will help them to develop the intrinsic motivation to move forward. Mark Pollock’s keynote on leadership and motivation delivers deep insights for leaders to navigate through the crucible moments they face and lead others to achieve more.

It is tough to deliver world class performance. Your people won’t do it by chance. With a high-impact catalyst you can help them act with the courage to make it happen. Mark Pollock’s keynote on mindset and performance is that catalyst – it challenges your people to examine expectations of themselves and others to perform at a higher level.

Galvanising a disparate group of people around a common goal is not easy. Yet when it happens, when we collaborate, that is when major breakthroughs happen. Mark Pollock’s keynote on collaboration and teamwork provides your people with insight into how high performance teams get things done when others can’t.

Exploring the intersection where humans and technology collide is essential for businesses to maintain their competitive edge. By raising the consciousness of your people to the human dimension of the 4th industrial revolution, you will empower and encourage innovation at the edge. Mark Pollock’s keynote on human enhancement provides your people with insight into the transformative intersection of technology and humankind as he explores a cure for paralysis using robotics, neuro-modulation, AI and VR/AR.

The positive mental attitude industry requires us to be optimists. Yet optimists rely on hope alone and leave themselves open to becoming disappointed and demoralized if the best-case scenario doesn’t play out.

In contrast, realists manage to confront the brutal facts while also keeping hope alive. The realists have resolved the tension between acceptance and hope by running both in parallel.

During this masterclass focused on how to adapt and build resilience, participants develop a deeper understanding of how to rapidly adapt to change and deal with uncertainty.

The masterclass prompts participants to reflect on how to:

  • Respond to expected and unexpected challenges
  • Confront the facts of their current reality
  • Anchor themselves with a sense of control
  • Chart a path through uncertainty

In a world where challenges are inevitable, some people are held back while others are propelled forward. Either we sit on the side lines as spectators, or we step into the arena as competitors.

Competitors find a way to pursue success and risk failure. They define themselves by their willingness to try, displaying a mindset that values the endeavor as much as the outcome.

The masterclass prompts participants to reflect on how to:

  • Embrace a competitor mindset to reach their potential
  • Use clarity, commitment and connection for peak performance
  • Create the conditions to enter the flow state
  • Treat recovery as a peak performance non-negotiable

It is easy, even for world class performers, to work in isolation as soloists. Yet it is when we find a way to galvanize a disparate group of people around a common goal that we have a chance of making major breakthroughs. The question is how do we create the conditions for people to become collaborators?

When we’re operating in a stable environment, we need structure and hierarchy to scale existing solutions. But when challenges appear and the path forward is uncertain, we need something different. We need flatter collaborative approaches with people working together to achieve more.

The masterclass prompts participants to reflect on how to:

  • Choose to be a collaborator not a soloist
  • Create the conditions for collaboration
  • Build trust with other people
  • Develop high-trust teams
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