THIS SPEAKER'S SET FEE PLACES HIM/HER WITHIN THE RANGE OF:
$7,501 to $15,000
|TRAVELS FROM: Canada|
- Keeping It Together--Stress and Sustainability in 2009
- Tools to Thrive in Turbulent Times--Managing Emotions in Times of Uncertainty
- Redefining Leadership: What Highly Effective Leaders Do
- Playing Big(TM): The Four Decisions that Differentiate Leaders in Uncertain Times
- The Motivation Myth: High Performance Sales is Not Driven by Motivation, But by Managing Setbacks Effectively
- The Brain Science of Performance--Managing Emotions In A Complex World
Change | Human Resources/Workplace Issues | Leadership | Motivation | Sales | Stress Management | Teamwork
J.P. Pawliw-Fry, Ph.D., is an author and performance coach to Olympic athletes and business leaders. He melds innovative research with powerful inspiration to create thought-provoking and moving keynote presentations. An expert in emotional intelligence, he is one of the world’s most highly sought-after speakers on the topic.
Dr. Pawliw-Fry has trained at Queen's University, Harvard Medical School’s Mind Body Medical Institute, and the Stress Clinic at the University of Massachusetts Medical Center. He delivers high performance programs focused on emotional intelligence, to Fortune 500 companies, the world’s top business schools, Olympic and professional athletes, as well as educators, sales professionals, and business and government leaders throughout North and South America, Europe, and Asia.
Using cutting edge research and personal stories from the world of sports and business, Dr. Pawliw-Fry teaches his audiences the principles of emotional intelligence and high performance; he inspires and challenges them to take their careers, businesses, and personal lives to the next level.
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