How to Mirror the Performance of the Best of the Best
John Foley, a former lead solo pilot of the Blue Angels, a Sloan Fellow at Stanford Graduate School of Business, a venture capitalist, an expert in the “how” of high-performance teams and author of his new book Fearless Success: Beyond High Performance joins Enterprise Radio.
This episode of Enterprise Radio is working in conjunction with the Author Channel.
Listen to host Eric Dye & guest John Foley discuss the following:
- The Blue Angels consistently perform in high-stakes environments, even as the pilots, ground crews, and leadership change. What makes this possible?
- What does an elite flying team have in common with the business world?
- In your book, you suggest that four words—glad to be here—will change the way we perceive the world. How so? And what does research tell us about it?
- What are self-imposed triggers? Why are they important?
- In business, the word “debrief” is loaded with negative bias. But for the Blue Angels, it’s the secret to success. What accounts for this difference?
John Foley is a former lead solo pilot of the Blue Angels, a Sloan Fellow at Stanford Graduate School of Business, a venture capitalist, and an expert in the “how” of high-performance teams. Recognized as one of the top 10 most in-demand keynote speakers, he has worked with over 1,000 organizations across the globe to create and sustain excellence in the face of dynamic change. His new book is Fearless Success: Beyond High Performance.
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