Cathy Salit

  • President, Performance of a Lifetime

Cathy began her career as an upstart and risk-taker at the age of 13, when she dropped out of eighth grade and along with some friends and their more open-minded parents started an alternative school in an abandoned storefront in New York... More

Cathy began her career as an upstart and risk-taker at the age of 13, when she dropped out of eighth grade and along with some friends and their more open-minded parents started an alternative school in an abandoned storefront in New York City.

Cathy has spent her life as an onstage performer as well as an educational pioneer and social entrepreneur, launching innovative businesses and organizations designed as centers for change, learning and growth. As one of Performance of a Lifetime’s lead designers, trainers, and coaches, Cathy has developed hundreds of innovative experiential programs for a global portfolio of clients. She relates to all teams and organizations as theatrical ensembles which have the capacity to create new, varied, and collaborative performances both with one another and with their clients.

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Cathy Salit's Presentations

Gel Health 2009 October 2009

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Helping nurses improve their performance: Oncology nurses have one of the toughest jobs in the world: treating cancer patients day after day and maintaining focus and professionalism despite the taxing emotional terrain. Here Cathy Salit and her... More

Helping nurses improve their performance: Oncology nurses have one of the toughest jobs in the world: treating cancer patients day after day and maintaining focus and professionalism despite the taxing emotional terrain. Here Cathy Salit and her colleague from Johns Hopkins, Sharon Krumm, describe a unique project that has helped improve the working environment for nurses at the Johns Hopkins cancer center.

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Gel 2006 May 2006

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