Performing Under Pressure Whitepaper sep 07

A prerequisite for performing well under pressure is the ability to pay attention to the right things at the right time. However, controlling the direction and width of our attention is a very challenging skill to master that demands a great deal of self-awareness.

The TAIS instrument (The Attentional and Interpersonal Style instrument), originally developed by Dr. Robert Nideffer for use with elite athletes and Navy Seals, is invaluable in helping individuals prepare for their vulnerable areas under pressure. Sandra Stark explores the history of the TAIS instrument and its application in PCI’s S.W.O.T. program. It’s time to pay attention to how you pay attention.

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September 01,2007 By Sandra Stark

Category: Managing Yourself

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