The Art of Empathy
Building Emotional Intelligence in Your Leaders
The cost of replacing an individual employee ranges from one-half to two times the employee’s annual salary. That means, a 100-person organization that provides an average salary of $50,000 will have turnover and replacement costs of approximately $800,000 to $2.6 million per year.
The worst part? 52% of people who leave say their manager or organization could have done something to prevent them from leaving their job. In fact, they said that in the three months before leaving, nobody asked them how they felt about their job, or about their future. What is evident is a lack of empathy in their leaders. It doesn’t have to be this way.
In this powerful virtual or live program, your managers and leaders will learn:
- What the single greatest cause of a lack of empathy is (something they have control over)
- How to grow their skills of Emotional Intelligence so they can tune into the challenges their people are facing before it causes them to leave
- What empathy is and how to build it to empower your innovative and effective people who keep your teams connected and performing at a high level
- How to use brain-science-based strategies to manage their emotions so they can be resilient and a source of calm in your organization
- How to manage through disruptive change
“Outstanding! We need more of this in all of the Army Training Programs. The parts on Emotional Intelligence and leadership were excellent and of great value to me.”
Why Clients Love Our Speakers
High impact learning. Highly interactive experiences that engage every member of the audience repeatedly throughout the keynote.
Entertaining & engaging. World-class speakers and presentations that make audiences laugh, inspire them with rich insights and draw them into the keynote to gain self-awareness in the process.
Organizational shift. Our speakers introduce ideas, language and strategies that are easy to apply to transform people and create an immediate positive culture shift within your organization.
Science-based, yet entirely accessible. We have spent twenty-five years taking the latest in scientific insights about brain science and human behavior, and translating that into universally accessible concepts and easy-to-apply techniques that everyone can begin using immediately.
Virtual Keynote Speakers
In addition to in-person events, our motivational speakers deliver highly-interactive and engaging virtual programs. They will bring high energy and impact, while also leveraging the technology – videos, chat, Q&A, polls, break-out rooms, ‘fireside chat’ with a key leader, etc. – to create high levels of interactivity with your audience. Based on who the participants are, size of the group, length of the program and the earning outcomes, our speakers will custom design the program to incorporate a mix these elements.
IHHP is outstanding. They know their stuff and are super engaging online. Their virtual keynote speakers also really know virtual delivery and adult learning principles. This was a well-designed, well-executed virtual program that allowed for maximal interactivity. It could have gone longer, and I wanted more!
Meet Our Keynote Speakers
Dr. JP Pawliw-Fry
Dr. JP Pawliw-Fry, founder of IHHP and the author of the New York Times bestselling book, Performing Under Pressure, spends his time consulting with and speaking to organizations on the topics of Culture, High Performance, Emotional Intelligence and The Last 8%. His clients include IBM, Goldman Sachs and Mercedes, as well as Navy Seals, Olympic Athletes and NBA and NFL teams. To learn more and see video of JP speaking, click here.
Bill Benjamin is a Partner at IHHP and has advanced degrees in Mathematics and Computer Science. Combined with his 30 years of real-world business experience, Bill brings a science-based approach to the topics of Leadership, Performance, Emotional Intelligence and The Last 8%. His clients include Intel, Marriott and Coca-Cola, as well as U.S. Marines, NASA Scientists and Surgeons. To learn more and see video of Bill speaking, click here.