An engineer by education, Sherry Welsh spent twenty years working at Bosch, the auto parts manufacturing giant. While at Bosch, she was named one of the “Top 100 Women” in the Automotive Industry; when she left Bosch, she was one of only a few women in the executive ranks.
After a stint as global head of sales for another automotive supplier—cut short by the recession of 2008—Sherry spent two years with a British cosmetic packaging firm leading a team of seventy-five in Paris, Amsterdam, Brazil, New York, Chicago, and other locations.
While working as an executive in these large firms, Sherry discovered her love for coaching and eventually decided to begin her own coaching practice. As a coach, her twenty-five years of experience in large corporations enable her to effectively and efficiently navigate clients through the challenges they’re facing.
Sherry doesn’t ask clients to do things that she isn’t willing to do herself. When she began training to be a coach (with iPEC—the Institute for Professional Excellence in Coaching) Sherry invested in herself by hiring a coach, and since then has been continuously learning the power of coaching by working with her own master coach, Steve Chandler.
Sherry’s coaching creates an environment in which you can slow down, gain new perspectives, and begin to see your own power—that you are the creator of your own world—enabling you to take ownership of your choices, career, and personal life.