Webinar Archive

Pressure is a natural part of the human condition. As Performing Under Pressure reveals, there are strategies you can apply to do your best when it matters most.

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Performing Under Pressure: June 21, 2016

Together with our partner at The Institute for Performance and Learning, we bring you this hour webinar about learning how to perform better under pressure.

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People are feeling overwhelmed by pressure – to achieve results, to meet deadlines, to manage difficult relationships, to do more with less, to facilitate and adapt to change.  When pressure is not managed, it impacts both our emotional and cognitive brain, diminishing our ability to communicate, manage relationships, make effective decisions, manage change and influence and lead others.

Please feel free to print out and get even more engaged with learning how to manage the pressure of doing more with less.

Your presenters were Bill Benjamin from IHHP and Kerri Dobszewicz from Allstate Canada.

In The Webinar, You Learned:

1. Key findings from IHHP’s research study and their work in the field of Emotional Intelligence, as well as training with athletes, the military and high-performing leaders around the world 2. Best practices from Kerri at Allstate Canada on how they are implementing highly impactful leadership development programs 3. Insight on how pressure affects your brain and impairs your best abilities by impacting three key areas: • Your Emotional brain under pressure • Your Cognitive brain under pressure • Your Conversations under pressure 4. Pressure Solutions that you can implement right away to be more skillful in your pressure moments

  • Insight about how your brain responds when you are feeling overwhelmed
  • How to differentiate between stress and pressure
  • How not to succumb to cognitive distortions when you feeling overwhelmed

This session combined the latest research and neuroscience on pressure and performance, combined with practical strategies you can apply right away in order to be your best when it matters most.

The Pressure of Doing More with Less: May 26, 2016

Together with our partners at WINiT and BigSpeak, we bring you this hour long webinar to learn about strategies to do more with less.

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This ongoing, relentless pressure can be damaging, undermining people’s performance, impacting their relationships, and leading to fatigue, burnout, and reduced engagement.

The top 10% performers in an IHHP study we conducted for our New York Times Best selling book, Performing Under Pressure, were not impervious to the stress and pressure of having to do more with less. They experience all the same distortions and anxiety, but had insights and strategies to successfully deal with them. You can too!

Please feel free to  (print out the slide deck-coming soon) and get even more engaged with learning how to manage the pressure of doing more with less.

Your presenters were Sara Ross from IHHP and Dawn Repoli from WINiN.

In The Webinar, You Learned:

  • Insight about how your brain responds when you are feeling overwhelmed
  • How to differentiate between stress and pressure
  • How not to succumb to cognitive distortions when you feeling overwhelmed

You will have left the Webinar having gained insights about how your brain responds when you are faced with having to do more with less, and strategies you can apply to help you overcome pressure’s derailing effects.

Managing the Pressure of Doing More with Less: December 4, 2015

Organizations everywhere are asking their teams to “do more with less.” When budget cuts reduce work forces, remaining employees are expected to manage additional responsibilities.

 

This ongoing, relentless pressure can be damaging, undermining people’s performance, impacting their relationships, and leading to fatigue, burnout, and reduced engagement.

The top 10% performers in an IHHP study we conducted for our New York Times Best selling book, Performing Under Pressure, were not impervious to the stress and pressure of having to do more with less. They experience all the same distortions and anxiety, but had insights and strategies to successfully deal with them. You can too!

Please feel free to  print out the slide deck and get even more engaged with learning how to manage the pressure of doing more with less.

Your presenters were Dr. JP Pawliw-Fry and Bill Benjamin.

In The Webinar, You Learned:

  • How the top 10% performers in our research study overcame the pressure of needing to do more with less
  • Insight about how your brain responds when you are feeling overwhelmed
  • How to differentiate between stress and pressure
  • How not to succumb to cognitive distortions when you feeling overwhelmed
  • Three Pressure Solutions that will help you do more with less

You will have left the Webinar having gained insights about how your brain responds when you are faced with having to do more with less, and strategies you can apply to help you overcome pressure’s derailing effects.

Managing the Pressure of Change: August 19, 2015

The business world continues to experience constant change: disruptive technologies, reorganizations, cost cuttings and mergers and acquisitions all create enormous pressure.

 


It isn’t surprising that over 70% of change efforts fail to meet their stated goals.

During the webinar, a PowerPoint slideshow was used to assist in illustrating findings, strategies and insights on how to manage pressure.

We encourage you to print the slide deck out and use it internally for your next meeting. Get your team engaged to learn how to manage pressure.

Access the printable slide deck from this webinar by clicking here.

Your presenters were Dr. JP Pawliw-Fry and Bill Benjamin.

In the Webinar, you learned strategies to:

  • Understand the destructive effect pressure can have when you and others experience change and uncertainty
  • Gain insights into what the top 10% performers in our research study did to excel under pressure
  • Learn how your cognitive appraisal of events can change your physiological response to pressure
  • Understand how expectations can change your brain chemistry – negatively or positive – under the pressure of change
  • Understand the neuroscience of positive emotions and how that can help you lead your teams through change
  • Learn two empirically tested strategies to help you overcome the pressure of change

By becoming a student of human behavior and learning how your brain responds under pressure, you can overcome the derailing effects of change.

 


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