Coaching Certification is an extensive training process that includes demonstrating competence in proven coaching principals as well as hundreds of hours of supervision with real clients. All of our coaches are Certified Coaches and members of the ICF (International Coach Federation).
I am passionate about helping my clients identify short and long term, strategic goals, and align their actions with those goals. As your coach I can help serve as a catalyst for growth from the inside out, utilizing an intuitive, authentic, coaching style and proven techniques. Curiosity and embracing a growth mindset has lead me to various certifications and areas of study. I would like to dive deeper into the mind-body connection and neuroscience.
In addition to being a Certified Professional Coach since 2009, I have over 20 years of experience in business development, entrepreneurship, and education. This wide lens allows me to help strengthen leadership and build team cohesion, while growing the bottom line for both individuals and the broader organization. Emotional intelligence fuels the skills needed to build self-awareness and connect with others in a meaningful way. She has helped countless teams grow productivity and revenue while also improving culture and individual empowerment.
Sharon is a certified PCC coach recognized through the ICF (International Coach Federation) and is considered "the gold standard" of coaching certifications. This certification requires 500+ hours of coaching along with certification. Her ACC prerequisite and CPCC were earned through The Coaches Training Institute in 2009.
Sharon is certified in multiple emotional intelligence modalities to serve individuals and teams. Based on the work of Daniel Goleman, EQ is a useful and widely used resource throughout the globe.
The GLWS survey is used by organizations to help promote employee wellbeing for individuals and teams. You can learn more about this global tool at, https://www.glwswellbeing.com/.
Building awareness is the first step to getting what you want in life. If you can't define it clearly, then you're not on the path to manifesting it in your life experience. The Aware step is uncovering how desires match values, getting to the core of the "why" a desire is active and checking in to see if what we say we want is relevant today or just an old idea.
Lining up actions with desires is simple, but not always easy. How a client shows up in their everyday life (attitudes, beliefs, habits, words and thoughts) will determine what they are lined up with. If you say you want more satisfaction at work, but all you do is complain about your commute or co-workers, your not lining up with what you say you want. Your coach is your mirror, reflecting back what your actions are vs. what you say you want.
Learning to Allow is a new muscle for most people. We live in an action oriented world and the idea that what is wanted can flow easily into your experience can feel foreign at first. This step is about surrender and faith. This is the becoming the you that you want! Owning it, believing it, operating "as if" it's already yours, because it is. What you want is yours because you said it was when you became Aware, you began behaving like someone who had it in the Align step, so now, it is flowing to you as long as you don't throw a block in front of it. This is where your coach can really help you get out of your own way.