Sharon Seal

Sharon Keys Seal, CLC, PCC Program: Certificate in Leadership Coaching Before coaching was accepted as an essential development tool in the corporate arena, Sharon recognized the value of tapping the innate wisdom, courage, and humanity of high potential employees.

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For over twenty years, she has steadfastly held to her mission of helping clients discover, understand and leverage their talents. Her intention is to encourage them to effectively bring their authentic selves into their work in ways that their contributions are evident, understood and appreciated. By integrating relevant tools and models into their conversations, Sharon helps clients see themselves and their work in powerful new ways, while illuminating potential areas for enhanced performance and guiding professional development. Sharon enjoys working with a wide variety of clients, from factory foremen to rocket scientists. Current and past clients include individuals from Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Laboratory, Catholic Charities, Brotman Financial Group, Diamond Consulting, The World Bank, Loyola University in Maryland, and senior leaders in private non-profits and the federal government. Sharon is certified to use MBTI, DiSC, and The Leadership Circle 360, a developmentally-oriented 360 tool. Her background includes experience in both the corporate and non-profit arenas. She is the President of Coaching Concepts, Inc., is a graduate of Mary Baldwin College and holds a certificate in Leadership Coaching from Georgetown University.  She has served on Adjunct Faculty as a Learning Circle Advisor since 2011.  Sharon has two fabulous sons and one adorable dog. She enjoys kayaking, cooking, travel, and watching the wildlife on the Magothy River where she lives with her partner Jim. Sharon can be reached at sks55@georgetown.edu or www.CoachingConcepts.com.