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As President and Founder of Concept Coaching, Sherry LeBlanc brings an unwavering dedication to supporting executives, entrepreneurs and whole organizations in their pursuit of professional and personal success. Her mantra, “inspire, strategize, achieve”, aptly summarizes her coaching approach. This approach challenges clients to look fearlessly within themselves for answers, and use their findings to develop concrete, achievable action plans.

Sherry’s success as a coach stems from her unique blend of professional experience and formal coaching education. Her expertise encompasses many areas, both management and coaching-related. Notably, Sherry spent 15 years as a senior manager in dental healthcare and ten years as a business owner in the hospitality industry. This provides her with an excellent context in which to understand and confidently guide her clients.

Sherry is comfortable working with individuals and groups at all organizational levels. Her client roster has included executive directors, managers, and staff in a range of private and public industries.

Sherry’s specialty areas include individual coaching, group facilitation; leadership development; and whole life balance.

She also strongly espouses the principle of mind/body balance, often calling upon her 20 years of fitness knowledge and credentials as a Provincial Certified Fitness Trainer to help clients bring competing areas of their lives into alignment.

Her professional experience is complemented by a Graduate Certificate in Executive Coaching (2001) from Royal Roads University. Since obtaining her certificate, Sherry’s relationship with the university has grown to include roles as an Assistant Faculty Member, Certification Evaluator and Mentor Coach.

Sherry is the past President of the International Coach Federation's Vancouver Island Chapter and member of the International Association of Coaches. She is strongly committed to the ongoing growth of her profession, actively participating in educational initiatives that increase public awareness of the goals and benefits of professional coaching.