Dr. JP Pawliw-Fry is a keynote speaker and thought leader on the subject of high performance and managing change. Through years of research, he has closely studied individuals acting on the front-lines of organizations to determine what differentiates exceptional leaders from the rest of the pack. In the latest episode of the Eagles Talent Podcast, JP shares three tips for leaders and managers looking to maximize performance in high-pressure situations.
Dr. JP Pawliw-Fry’s Guide to Performing Under Pressure:
1) “Know your default behavior, and the impact it has on people.”
When thrown into high-pressure situations, many of us unknowingly react with “default behaviors.” A successful leader should recognize the impact their innate reactions can have on their time and adjust accordingly.
2) “Don’t confuse impact with intent.”
A successful leader should be clear when clarifying intention as to not mislead team members and employees. By doing so, the message can be communicated properly with little room for misunderstanding.
3) “Have ‘last 8 percent’ conversations.”
The last 8% of a conversation typically relays the most difficult part of the message. Many individuals tend to put the most energy into the first 92% and some skip the last 8% altogether. A good leader should not be afraid of having difficult conversations–without them an individual or organization can not improve performance or grow.
As a keynote speaker, JP “challenges groups to think differently about human behavior, leadership and how to manage the pressure that is overtaking so many organizations and individuals today.” To learn more about JP and to find out what he can bring to your event, watch the video below & listen to our full Podcast here.
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