Dr JP Pawliw-Fry is a renowned emotional intelligence expert with over 20 years of experience helping individuals lead and innovate under pressure. Having worked with Olympic, NBA, and NFL teams, he has utilised his remarkable knowledge to implement a driven mindset into his clients. Understanding what it takes to lead and perform under pressure, JP is admired by audiences around the world for sharing his successful career journey and specialist knowledge on a variety of profound topics.
Well-regarded for his work as the Co-Founder and President of the Institute for Health & Human Potential (IHHP), JP created the company in 1996 as a chance for his to conduct training and research into emotional intelligence. Determined to help individuals develop their leadership skillsets, his organisation surveys over 40,000 people a month to build an incredible database which informs the strategies that he utilises to advise his clients. With a research-driven strategy, JP’s work is based on the science behind leadership and innovative mindsets.
Admired for his specialist knowledge, JP has become a New York Times best-selling author after the release of his popular book ‘Performing Under Pressure’. A testament to his profound insights, JP has developed an international reputation across social media through hosting the ‘Last 8% Morning’ Podcast and becoming a regular contributor to The Economic Times. A specialist in developing high-performing teams, his successful career is admired by professionals around the world.
A talented professional, Dr JP Pawliw-Fry is now highly sought-after to attend speaking engagements internationally. Having developed an impressive portfolio of clients, JP has gained the opportunity to provide keynote talks for organisations such as Coca-Cola, Goldman Sachs, and Intel in addition to talented athletes and armed forces personnel. When looking to hire a passionate emotional intelligence speaker, do not hesitate in hiring JP.