J P Pawliw Fry
The Institute for Health and Human Potential - The Power of Approach
J. P. Pawliw-Fry Speech Video
An internationally renowned thought leader on the subject of leadership, performance and managing under pressure; JP is one of the highest rated lecturers at the prestigious Kellogg School of Management's Executive Education Program. JP acts as an advisor to numerous Fortune 100 companies, including long-term relationships with Johnson and Johnson, PWC, Goldman Sachs, HSBC as well as Olympic medal winning athletes.
JP's training includes Harvard Medical School's Mind/Body Medical Institute. Every year, JP speaks with individuals and leaders in over five continents helping them to improve their overall performance. He is an expert in performing brilliantly under pressure and is one of the world's most highly sought-after keynote speakers on the topic.
JP is the author of the upcoming book “Performing Under Pressure” from Crown Publishing. JP is also a performance coach to Olympic athletes and business leaders. He melds innovative research with powerful inspiration to create thought-provoking and moving keynote presentations. An expert in performing under pressure, he is one of the world's most highly sought-after speakers on the topic.
JP has taught executive education at the Kellogg Graduate School of Management (ranked number one, worldwide) and Queen's University Executive Development Center. He currently a contributing member on IHHP's research team, a group that brings rigor to understanding what allows leaders, individuals and organizations to perform more effectively under pressure, to drive meaningful results and how they can ‘be their best when it matters most'.
J.P. has coached and worked with senior leaders at a number of Fortune 100 companies as well as Olympic and NBA coaches, US Army and Navy and the CIA.
By engaging audiences with a tailored combination of research and storytelling, JP challenges and inspires audiences to take their professional and personal lives to the next level.
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Why do smart people fail? Why do technically brilliant individuals have trouble managing others and collaborating on a team? What they lack is a critical level of Emotional Intelligence (EI) and the ability to manage their emotions and others when they are under pressure.
Whether you are leading a team or want to increase your individual performance, the EI program will teach you the foundational principles and brain science of emotional intelligence. You will become a student of human behavior: understanding what your brain does under pressure and how that affects your decision making and the impact you have on others.
This program will teach you how to be at your best in your most difficult moments.
Conversations Under Pressure
People want to build strong relationships with their managers, teams, and peers: they want to bring their ideas and concerns to the table regardless of who is in the room. To achieve this, difficult conversations need to take place, and under the pressure to drive results, people often forget the importance of trust, avoid the conversation entirely and ignoring the Last 8% Conversation™. What is the last 8% conversation? Toward the end of the conversation when the pressure increases, many individuals choose to avoid (sometimes unknowingly) the last and most important part of the conversation – the part that really needs to be said.
This program will arm you with insights and communication strategies to have conversations that drive results and get to that last 8%, even in pressure filled moments.
Reputation Under Pressure
Is there a leader or team member who continually encounters resistance to their ideas, suggestions or actions because of their reputation? Do you have a reputation that opens doors, or closes them? Most leaders don’t understand that their reputation is an invisible force that shapes every decision, and effects how people listen and respond to their ideas.
Like most people, you may be unaware of the role pressure plays in forging and reinforcing a reputation; the brain encodes information differently when we are under pressure meaning that what we do in pressure moments has an outsize influence on the reputations that forms in other people’s minds.
This program will help you develop a reputation that allows you to have influence and drive change across your organization.
Women Under Pressure
Women have a brain based difference that predisposes them to consider more options, see more context and visualize a wider array of solutions and outcomes to a problem.
Our research included over 6,000 women to better understand the unique value and contribution that women have. We discovered that organizations that leverage this brain based difference have stronger relationships with customers and shareholders, have a more diverse and profitable business, and they outperform the competition in every measure of profitability: equity, revenue, and assets. This keynote will appeal to audiences who are looking for speakers who can address diversity and inclusion, women in leadership, entrepreneurs, and how to perform better under pressure.
"Fantastic! Very leading edge thinking. JP has huge energy and passion. Our leadership team couldn't get enough of him - I could listen to him all day!"
"Awesome presentation! This will change my life. Thank you for all of your passion, enthusiasm and integrity and for making this our best meeting ever!"
Ernst & Young
"Best keynote presentation I have been to in years! Very different than the usual: extremely interesting and powerful - yet highly entertaining. It is not often I hear someone who can really 'put it together'."
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