MEGA SESSION: Pressure Cooker Confidence: How to Lead When the Heat is On

SHRM 2011 Annual Conference
This session will provide leadership and productivity strategies for working under pressure.
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Track: Personal & Leadership Development

Lt. Colonel Kevin Sweeney will enable you to say “I can, I will, I expect, and I did it” when the pressure is on. Built around his dramatic life or death flight with engines blown off the left wing during a night combat mission in Desert Storm Kevin introduces five principles of Pressure Cooker Confidence. Learn why hard work you do before hand matters more than the work you do when the pressure is on.

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Tuesday, June 28, 2011 - 4:00pm to 5:15pm

Kevin Sweeney


Kevin Sweeney is a combat veteran having flown missions in both Viet Nam and Desert Storm. He spent 23 years in the Air Force and Air National Guard attaining the rank of Lt. Colonel. Kevin is the only pilot to have landed a plane successfully with the 2 engines ripped off the left wing during a night combat mission in Desert Storm. Recognized for providing, “the finest piece of airmanship to have occurred during the entire Gulf War,” by General Charles Horner, top commander of Allied Air Forces during the Gulf War, Kevin is also the recipient of the United States Air Force Distinguished Flying Cross, a medal awarded to fewer than 1% of pilots. Featured in Reader's Digest and on the A&E channel, Kevin is also the author of 2 books, has held executive positions in sales and operations for a Fortune 50 corporation and serves as a university adjunct professor.

Hilton Conrad Room
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