Sherri Sutton is the Chief Unlearning Officer for Positive Impact Force. In this position, she partners with other amazing consultants to educate businesses, improve teamwork, manage projects, create content for social media, and facilitate meetings using the Appreciative Inquiry framework. As part of her mission, Sherri focuses on training the whole-system and specializes in front-line employee training to help the most important members of your staff connect their work to the vision and mission of the organization.
In addition to being a CODA Certified Trainer for Connected Leadership, Connected Communications, Connected Teamwork, and Connecting with Executives, Sherri is a Certified Professional in Learning and Performance (CPLP), received her AI Practitioner Certification through the David L. Cooperrider Center for Appreciative Inquiry at Champlain College, has her certificate in expressive arts from the Expressive Arts Florida Institute, a certificate from Appreciative Inquiry Facilitator Training (AIFT), a certificate from Positive Acorn Coaching, and is certified in True Colors, DiSC, and Instructional Design.
Sherri is currently serves as the Secretary/Treasurer for Social Enterprise Alliance Tampa Bay(SEATB), serves as the Treasurer for the International Coaching Federation Central Florida Chapter (ICF-CF), and is an active member of the Association for Talent Development (ATD), and the Westshore Alliance.
A SOUND BITE FROM SHERRI
Stopping to reflect on what you do best allows you to best utilize the strengths around you, making everyone better in the process.
Great leaders know they aren’t good at everything and they are comfortable knowing what they are good at and what support they need. For leaders to be agile, they need to be self-aware, and self-reflective. They need to spend time understanding how they are in the world, and then find individuals who have the right strengths to complete their team and reach their goals. As the goals change, the strengths needed may change, so they continually need to go through the process and evaluate themselves and others. This is a continual process.