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About Us

A winning performance is no accident.
It takes training, practice and, yes, some help from others. Namely, your coach.

At Winner's Circle Coaching, we work with professionals from a variety of industries who must function in high-pressure, high-visibility situations. We tailor our coaching and consultation services to meet the needs of individuals whose bread is buttered by how well they perform when the lights are on and it's go-time.

Pamela Enders, Ph.D. founded Winner's Circle Coaching (formerly known as Masterful Performance Coaching) in 2004. A licensed psychologist and performance and executive coach, Dr. Enders has more than a quarter of a century of experience working with corporate executives, attorneys, financial service professionals, insurance professionals, high-level sales professionals, entrepreneurs, bio-tech professionals, physicians, academics, and performing artists.

As part of her practice, she employs techniques developed by sports psychologists (who help elite athletes perform at an optimal level no matter what the competitive circumstances) to work with anyone—lawyers, doctors, sales professionals, entertainers, etc.—who must perform in high-visibility, high-pressure situations.

In addition to her coaching practice, Dr. Enders is an accomplished singer and jazz cabaret performer. She coaches from the unique vantage point of a highly experienced psychologist and a performer who knows first-hand that the techniques she teaches do indeed work. Dr. Ender is on the faculty of Harvard Medical School and affiliated with Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston. She also serves on the Board of the Private Sector Network of Inner City Entrepreneurs and is an adjunct professor at Temple University's Beasley School of Law.

Performance Coaching Associates
In addition to Dr. Enders, Winner's Circle Coaching features a broad network of business professionals—including highly skilled coaches and consultants.

Attorney Steve E., after attending a seminar at the New Jersey Institute for Continuing Legal Education:

I wanted to let you know that your seminar helped me improve my golf game. I have seen a significant change in the way I hit the ball and my overall level of confidence. I have been able to trigger something that is working to improve my game and my attitude. I have much more confidence and my playing partners noticed and commented on the change. I also experienced, as I have very few times before, being "in the zone" where it seems that the ball just sits there waiting to be hit.

I should add that I have read many golf books including Bob Rotella's Golf is Not a Game of Perfect but nothing really hit home as much as the techniques you taught us in your seminar.

I also sense a lower level of anxiety when I am in a difficult professional situation. For example, I was in a very contentious zoning meeting a couple of weeks ago and I actually began to enjoy being the quarterback running the show; I was able to become less reactive to the comments of the public and concentrate on what response would be most effective in the moment.