For more than two decades I worked as a communications executive in the corporate world, juggling a demanding career, a growing family, and numerous outside interests. Through those years, coworkers would often turn to me for support when they felt stuck, frustrated, out of balance or needing a change. Coaching them felt natural and fulfilling to me - more so than my "day job." Turns out, coaching was an extension of my communication skills. So, after much studying and training, I earned by Board Certified Coach credential, and I am now living MY true passion as a professional life coach.
I have a genuine, direct, "no BS," non-judgmental style, and a knack for finding humor in situations wherever I can. I have given up the idea that we need to fit a mold to be successful. Your experience with coaching should be insightful, exciting and enjoyable. Most importantly, it should move you toward your best life.
Working with me, you can expect straight talk, lots of laughs, and real results from our coaching relationship. Together we will uncover the limiting beliefs and resulting patters that prevent you from getting what you want. I use principles of meta-coaching and neuro-linguistic programming (NLP), along with other traditional coaching practices to help you move toward your goals. My favorite saying is, “You can get there from here,” and I firmly believe that.
Learn more about me at: ejenkinsonlifecoach.com
International Coaching Federation
Center for Credentialing & Education
Institute for Life Coach Training
The coaching process is all about YOU! Simply put, coaching is a series of purposeful conversations designed to uncover obstacles you’re experiencing and focus on your strengths, while supporting you in moving toward your personal or professional goals. A coach is your PARTNER in discovery, creation, and accountability.
“If you are looking for a coach who has the ability to align your company’s cultural values with a personalized action plan for success, than go no further. Sharon has the ability to create and influence teams, as well as help individuals identify key opportunities to do their best work.”
Our symbol, the lotus blossom, holds tremendous spiritual significance across various cultures.
In Buddhism, the Lotus is considered to be one of the eight auspicious symbols, and is associated with the ability to blossom and become liberated.