JP’s tour through Asia/Pacific

The need for business leaders to strengthen their capability to better perform under pressure is indeed a global phenomenon. Since its publication last year, Performing Under Pressure – the Science of Doing Your Best When it Matters Most has been translated into 8+ languages. In fact, such is the demand for our work at IHHP that we have delivered programs based on the book to leaders in 5 continents!

Over the past 2 months, Dr. JP Pawliw-Fry met up with our Director of Asia Pacific, Michael Bell on two separate visits to the region. In March, JP delivered keynotes to over 500 business leaders in Melbourne and Sydney, Australia. His message resonated across industries – from Law to Manufacturing, Financial Services, IT, Telecommunications and Health Care.   April saw JP return to the region where he delivered a powerful Keynote in Singapore to over 250 senior business leaders from across the region. This was indeed a global audience with delegates from Korea, Japan, China, India, Malaysia, Indonesia, New Zealand, Australia and the US.

Throughout both tours, the interest in hearing JP speak was evident from the packed ball-rooms and warm reception he received as he took the stage. The relevance of his message was apparent from feedback and demand for future programs that emanated immediately after each presentation.

It’s obvious that geography doesn’t protect us from the debilitating effects of pressure. Fortunately, our ‘pressure solutions’ – strategies that we can use ‘in the moment’ to be our best when it matters most – transcend borders & culture. IHHP’s work is certainly striking a chord with audiences around the world and we are so very grateful to be able to share our expertise – helping leaders in every corner of the globe Perform Under Pressure.

“Although he certainly enjoyed his trip ‘Down Under’, JP was all business on stage. JP & Michael exploring Melbourne’s ‘Lane Ways’.
JP and Michael







“A beautiful day on Sydney Harbour”

“Michael & JP at the Super Rugby match between the Queensland Reds & Auckland Blues”