Webinar Series: High Performance and Mental Toughness in the Workplace
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Webinar Series: High Performance and Mental Toughness in the Workplace

When: Wed. June 7, 2017
10:00-11:00 am PST
Where: WebEx
United States
Contact: Mary Thorsby

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It's one thing to be a high performer from time to time – but quite another to be a sustainable high performer over the long haul. According to Certified High Performance Coach Sheryl Kline, to be a true high performer in your career, you must be mentally tough and reach new heights in your relationships and personal wellness, as well.

Sheryl will cover the five pillars that lead to heightened and sustainable High Performance as well as the key factors of Mental Toughness needed to get there. The pillars – clarity, productivity, courage, energy and influence – are scientific, proven and vital to being your best on a long-term, consistent basis. Learn the habits of the world's highest performers and take away clear, actionable steps on how to plan and achieve your absolute best while finding joy in the process.

About Sheryl
Sheryl is a Mental Toughness and Certified High Performance Coach™, published author, speaker and mother to three kids who are high school and college Division 1 student athletes. She is the CEO of The Zone Lab and an expert in Applied Sport Psychology. Sheryl works with high school, college and world-class athletes and has delivered her training programs to companies including Google Ventures, Autodesk, Microsoft, Pixar and Bank of America, to name a few. Her new book, A Woman’s Guide to Mental Toughness in the Workplace, will be published early next year.

Sheryl earned her master’s degree from the University of Southern California in Applied Sports Psychology where she researched and worked with many different sports teams and individuals. Whether for athletics, academics or in corporate settings, Sheryl is passionate about teaching teens and adults how to be sustainable high performers so they can dream, plan and achieve their best.

Visit Sheryl's website and Facebook to learn more about her work and check out her library of free resources.