Sheilah Crowley

New York City
Executive & Leadership Coach

Bio

Sheilah Crowley came to coaching by way of her own pivot from a near lifetime NYC-based career in non-profit management. She focuses on her client’s both very first delicate steps to reinvention and the equally valuable pragmatic steps to moving forward even during uncertainty. A champion to her clients, her NYU training integrates science-based research coupled with a certainty that growth and change are possible under almost any set of circumstances. As an entrepreneur herself and with a history of clients who lean towards entrepreneurship, she’s had the opportunity to introduce small business ownership as a way of life, while witnessing many success stories of clients who have actualized their dreams.

Skills

Reclaiming personal agency, moving clients forward, using science and sanctioned coaching practices to guide my work, leadership development, personal development training.

Approach to Work

I approach coaching through the lens of an anthropologist. And with that, I have a keen observational talent as well as the ability to listen and learn from my clients on a variety of levels. I began my unoffical coaching and mentoring practice while part of a leadership team at a leading non-profit in New York City with multiple staff, volunteers and interns. My approach to coaching comes by way of my own experience as a professional, mother, partner and parent that focuses on the whole person beginning with their values. Priorities in life and work style are equally as important as strengths and talents.

Services Provided

Individual coaching sessions (3-6 months). Small group coaching including “path to professional” and goal achievement circles.

Educational Background

BA Anthropology, University of Vermont; NYU Coaching Diploma program, Career Coaching Certification, Get Five; Meyers Briggs Practitioner.

Professional Background

I began developing my business experience as a progam leader at City Harvest, bridging the goals of a non-profit organization with those of the for profit sector. I lead teams that were tasked with rescuing food from restaurants to multi-million dollar farm operations while providing a business rationale to do so. My business skills were further honed when I stepped off my career track for five years and started my own small company that provided interactive white-board products for kids and their parents. There I was afforded the opportunity to learn about what it takes to design, produce and sell a product, while carrying the risk. After deciding to become a coach, I have also learned how to create, sell and provide an invaluable service. Finally, I am a marketing and sales advisor to my husband who is launching a business in January 2021.

Languages

English

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Sheilah Crowley

New York City
Executive & Leadership Coach

Bio

Sheilah Crowley came to coaching by way of her own pivot from a near lifetime NYC-based career in non-profit management. She focuses on her client’s both very first delicate steps to reinvention and the equally valuable pragmatic steps to moving forward even during uncertainty. A champion to her clients, her NYU training integrates science-based research coupled with a certainty that growth and change are possible under almost any set of circumstances. As an entrepreneur herself and with a history of clients who lean towards entrepreneurship, she’s had the opportunity to introduce small business ownership as a way of life, while witnessing many success stories of clients who have actualized their dreams.

Skills

Reclaiming personal agency, moving clients forward, using science and sanctioned coaching practices to guide my work, leadership development, personal development training.

Approach to Work

I approach coaching through the lens of an anthropologist. And with that, I have a keen observational talent as well as the ability to listen and learn from my clients on a variety of levels. I began my unoffical coaching and mentoring practice while part of a leadership team at a leading non-profit in New York City with multiple staff, volunteers and interns. My approach to coaching comes by way of my own experience as a professional, mother, partner and parent that focuses on the whole person beginning with their values. Priorities in life and work style are equally as important as strengths and talents.

Services Provided

Individual coaching sessions (3-6 months). Small group coaching including “path to professional” and goal achievement circles.

Educational Background

BA Anthropology, University of Vermont; NYU Coaching Diploma program, Career Coaching Certification, Get Five; Meyers Briggs Practitioner.

Professional Background

I began developing my business experience as a progam leader at City Harvest, bridging the goals of a non-profit organization with those of the for profit sector. I lead teams that were tasked with rescuing food from restaurants to multi-million dollar farm operations while providing a business rationale to do so. My business skills were further honed when I stepped off my career track for five years and started my own small company that provided interactive white-board products for kids and their parents. There I was afforded the opportunity to learn about what it takes to design, produce and sell a product, while carrying the risk. After deciding to become a coach, I have also learned how to create, sell and provide an invaluable service. Finally, I am a marketing and sales advisor to my husband who is launching a business in January 2021.

Languages

English

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