Sally’s drive is to help leaders and teams clarify their goals, beginning the work of managing complexity and setting the stage for reaching desired results. Ultimately, programs increase skill, build leadership agility and strengthen teams.
Sally Seppanen, the principal of Sepp6, is a certified leadership coach and consultant based in Washington, DC. She holds degrees in communications, psychology and neuroscience and is a PCC-credentialed member of the International Coaching Federation.
What Sally's clients have in common is the desire to make something different happen. They are eager to solidify their leadership qualities, positively influence others and add more ease to complexity.
She is certified in DiSC, The Five Behaviors of a Cohesive Team, Growth Edge Interview/Coaching, the HeartMath Institute’s Coherence Advantage, the Emotional Social Competence Inventory and as a Diversity to Inclusion Facilitator. She has published research on the millennial generation.
Some of Sally's specialities include:
Highly trained to coach according to the core competencies of the International Coaching Federation.
Creating a time and space for senior level leaders to explore the complexities of their role. These coaching conversations often clarify situations so that decisions become more clear and provide a listening partner to help you hone in to what is most aligned toward your leadership values and purpose.
Intentionally recognizing the embodiment of behaviors, thoughts and actions, making one's impact more compelling and authentic.
Strengthening leadership and building team cohesion allow for greater organizational health and success, as well as personal health and professional fulfillment. Whether developing individual skills (e.g. with powerful communications methods) and/or team cohesion, you can expect improved relationships and more positive outcomes.
The relatively new field of adult development explores the way adults grow and change over time. Understanding developmental nature can be incredibly helpful, especially when a leader feels like they (or their staff) are in over their head. In today’s challenging times, learning how one sees and makes sense of the world and how deeply-held beliefs shape responses can open up new possibilities for conversation, support and greater leadership agility.
Applying the science of the brain to key leadership functions (such as making decisions, collaborating, managing change and regulating emotions) and physiology (specifically the body's reaction to stress) to identify strategies to increase resilience and achieve desired outcomes.
Diversity is a critical measure representing unique perspectives, experiences and backgrounds — intentionally valuing what makes people different. Assessing gaps to a truly inclusive environment and taking the steps to ensure all people feel they belong and have a valued voice connects people to purpose and meaning and results in a more successful organization.
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