We’re in The Age of Pressure and the heat is on 24/7. If you are one of those individuals who think you thrive under pressure and rise to the occasion, you’re not!
Whether it is an interview, giving a presentation to staff or upper management, meeting a client for the first time, or leading a project, pressure is your enemy, an obstacle to your success. The edge is not “rising to the occasion” – nobody does! The edge is not succumbing to the injurious effects of pressure.
In this Master Class led by world-renowned psychologist, teacher and NY Times bestselling author, Dr. Hendrie Weisinger, you will learn:
- How pressure differs from stress and how confusing the two creates havoc
- Pressure Myths and how believing them hurts your performance
- The Pressure Traps: how you inadvertently put pressure on yourself and others
- Ten Pressure Solutions that help you do your best when it matters most
- Three ways to reduce daily feelings of pressure
- Building your COTE of Armor: Four attributes that allow you to do your best daily
If you’re an executive who wants to consistently perform at their best, reduce daily feelings of pressure, and help others perform to their potential, don’t miss this illuminating Master Class.
Here’s what some attendees of the live event had to say:
“This was one of THE BEST presentations/webinars that I have I EVER participated in. My goodness! I can apply what I learned to my personal and business self. I loved this very much. Thank you for the many pearls of wisdom.”
“New perspectives and approaches to common themes.”
“The speaker introduced several great ideas and recommendations that I hadn’t thought about.”
Dr. Hendrie Weisinger is a licensed psychologist trained in clinical, counseling, school, and organizational psychology. A leading expert in the application of emotional intelligence and pioneer in the emerging science of pressure management, he is the author of several successful books and is the senior author of the recent NY Times Bestseller, Performing Under Pressure: The Science of Doing Your Best When It Matters Most (Crown, 2015). He has conducted dozens of workshops for Fortune 500 companies, spoken to numerous professional organizations and has taught in executive education programs at Wharton, UCLA, NYU, Cornell and others.
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