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In this brief interview, Sonya Stoklosa discusses core pillars of emotional intelligence, offers practical advice for changing unproductive behaviors, and describes how to best recover from career setbacks.
The coronavirus crisis has caused us to embrace a changing environment where most of us are now working from home and our productivity and sense of work/life balance are being tested in new ways. This interview is included in the list of resources we’re updating on a weekly basis to assist you with navigating this uncertain landscape.


About the Speaker(s)

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Sonya Stoklosa

Sonya Stoklosa founded Executive Athlete, LLC over thirteen years ago. She is an executive coach who has worked with business professionals in such companies and organizations as Microsoft, The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, Amazon, Starbucks, Google, Expedia, Boeing, Goldman Sachs, J.P. Morgan, Merrill Lynch, and more. Ms. Stoklosa speaks frequently to corporate audiences nationwide and has been an instructor in negotiation at the University of Washington. She received her advanced executive coach training at The Newfield Institute in Boulder, Colorado, and is a Newfield Certified Coach. Ms. Stoklosa also received a Professional Certified Coach (PCC) designation from the International Coach Federation (ICF). She has served on the boards of The Henry Art Gallery, ACT Theatre, and Seraph Capital Investment Forum, and on the advisory board of The Trust for Public Land. Ms. Stoklosa also has been an avid volunteer with Social Venture Partners, Seattle Symphony, and The Cascade Conservation Partnership. She earned a BS in psychology from the University of Minnesota and an MS in sports psychology from Purdue University.