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.
Part of the problem is that, according to IHHP’s study of 12,000 people described in the New York Times bestselling book, Performing Under Pressure, co-written by IHHP’s Dr. JP. Pawliw-Fry, most people take a haphazard approach to pressure.
It doesn’t have to be this way. Managing the pressure of change is a learnable set of skills that was a key take-away from this webinar.
Special thanks goes to your fantastic presenters, Dr. JP Pawliw-Fry, Bill Benjamin and special guest, Nancy Medoff, Director, Group Sales with Marriott International. The insight and strategies provided during our 1 hour webinar on August 19th, was very well received: 96% of attendees found the webinar valuable and applicable to their work.
Thank you to those who attended. Your kind words are appreciated!
“Thank you, very helpful”, “Thank you so much, this was great!”
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.
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.