Emotional Intelligence Expert
A leading authority on the impact of emotions on performance, Dr. JP Pawliw-Fry is the co-director of IHHP-the Institute for Health and Human Potential. IHHP is a world leader in developing and delivering unique training programs in Emotional Intelligence to Increase Performance and Leadership. IHHP delivers their work on four continents to a who’s who of Fortune 500 organizations such as Eli Lilly, Pfizer, John Hancock Insurance, Hostess Frito-Lay, Mercedes Benz, Ernst & Young, the Boston Consulting Group and McKinsey, as well as public organizations such as the U.S. Government and the U.S. Navy. Read More >
Introduction - Filmed at APB
What Are You Passionate About? - Filmed at APB
How Can Your Audience Benefit From Your Program? -Filmed at APB
Avoiding the difficult costs us. When we avoid what is difficult – the challenging tasks, relationships or change, we become less effective, with significant consequences to the business and to our people. Read More >
Successful leaders are those who learn to push through the anxiety, the discomfort, in order to approach the difficult and do the right thing. In fact, our research shows leaders who ‘approach’ the difficult outperform those who ‘avoid’ by 21%! If everyone on your team performed 21% higher, what impact would that have on your organization and your customers?
If you’re a leader who’s struggling, take heart: you can learn how to approach, rather than avoid. Based on seven years of research at IHHP, the Power of Approach identifies five key traits that help leaders consistently perform at their best, under even the most demanding circumstances. This compelling keynote will reveal these traits, show how the ‘micro decisions of leadership’ silently sabotage or enable leaders, and provide new ways of thinking that will enhance your learning capacity, leading you to sustained performance and well-being.
In The Power of Approach, participants will learn: the brain science of performance under pressure – how approaching what is difficult makes them more adaptable and flexible to a changing world; techniques to hold people accountable in a way that boosts employee performance; the traps that can cause leaders to diminish the engagement and effort of those around them; exercises that bring clarity to the most important tasks, relationships and change they need to focus on over the next 90 days. Read Less ^