Women Success Under Stress. Powerful tool for staying calm

Recorded webinar

Success Under Stress: Powerful Tools for Staying Calm, Confident, and Productive When the Pressure’s On

Join business psychologist and stress resilience trainer Sharon Melnick, Ph.D., to learn practical skills for staying calm, confident, and productive even when the pressure’s on. In this webinar, you’ll learn how to:


  • Make the impact you want in the office and leave work with 30% more energy
  • Stay poised under pressure: Instantly calm yourself when frustrated and angry (yes this one works with children too!)
  • Get the calm and focus of a 90-minute yoga class in less than 3 minutes at your desk
  • Get back to sleep within 3 minutes when awaken at night thinking about work
  • Use resilience-based thinking to turn obstacles into opportunities
  • Turn perfectionistic self-criticism into self-confidence
  • Create more uninterrupted time to think and complete work




Sharon Melnick

Date & Time

January 15, 2013
12:00 PM ET

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About the Speaker

Sharon Melnick

Ph.D., CEO of Horizon Point, LLC

Sharon Melnick, Ph.D. is business psychologist and stress resilience expert. Her work is informed by 10 years of research at Harvard Medical School and field tested by over 6000 training participants and clients.


Her trainings receive multiple repeat by organizations such as Procter and Gamble, GE, Merck, Oracle. She is a frequent presenter at Working Mother Work-Life Congress, Multicultural Women’s Conference, Women in Cable and Telecommunications, Healthcare Businesswomen’s Association, Women Presidents Organization, and many others.


She is the author of the forthcoming book Success under Stress: Powerful Tools for Staying Calm, Confident, and Productive when the Pressure’s On (American Management Association, January 2013).


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