Steve Sharpley


Steve Sharpley is a high performance individual, team and leadership development specialist, speaker and author of Success Is a Mind Game: how to improve consistency and results in golf and business’. Also the founder of Xcell Dynamics Ltd, he focuses on assisting businesses (large and small), leaders, their teams (and sports people, especially golfers) to develop sustainable peak performance and results. He has worked with internationally diverse teams across the UK, Europe, the United States, the Far East and Africa and his more well known clients include organisations such as BP, Citigroup, Vodafone, Ericsson (Indonesia) United Utilities, The National Trust and Tesco. In addition to over 15 years’ business experience (in the UK and Silicon Valley, CA), a BSc in psychology and MSc in psychology and the facilitation of change, Steve has undergone training and guidance from the top people in the world in the simple and innovative ‘Essential of Peak Performance’ which he brings to his clients. He enjoys playing golf, ongoing learning, photography and travel. See info and testimonial video’s on YouTube, Google or click: “Steve Sharpley YouTube”. In addition to people’s business and golf, it has improved tennis, squash, skiing, darts to name a few.

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Success Is A Mind Game: How To Improve Consistency And Results In Golf And Business
Price: $12.99 USD. Words: 43,260. Language: English. Published: September 19, 2010. Categories: Nonfiction » Business & Economics » Management & human resources, Nonfiction » Sports & outdoor recreation » Golf
The challenges presented on the golf course are a mirror of many in the workplace. This book shows how to develop the knowledge and ability to develop resilience to events around us & access our 'In Flow' peak performance zone so that results and experiences are improved in golf and in the workplace. It provides the know how, to stay at our best when we need to especially under pressure situations

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