Meet Sharon Lewis
P.C.C., C.P.C.C., B.A. President, Questiam Leadership Development
Sharon Lewis is President of Questiam Leadership Development, an internationally recognized Leadership Development organization. She is a Professional Certified Coach, Facilitator, Trainer and Speaker, holds a PCC credential from the International Coaches Federation (ICF) and a CPCC credential from The Coaches Training Institute. Sharon is also certified through The Institute for Health and Human Potential, The Center for Right Relationship, APP Associates International, Team Coaching International and The Leadership Circle. She is a valued leadership coach on the faculty of the Institute for Health and Human Potential for over a decade. As a leadership coach and program development consultant for Instincts at Work, a Toronto based health care system transformation consultancy she has helped develop their flagship product, “The Evolution of Thinking.” She served as a partner coach on the corporate coaching initiative that won the 2011, ICF Prism award which honours, celebrates, and shares learning from organizations who have embraced coaching as an integral part of their leadership strategy.
Sharon has engaged leaders in growth conversations since 2003. She provides leadership and team development to an international clientele of executives, managers, and teams to facilitate the creation of sustainable, high-performance teams world-wide. Her 15 years of experience in developing Emotional Intelligence helps leaders become at once positive, proactive and productive. Her integral perspective means that leaders who work with her learn to simultaneously deploy relationship skills, authentic leadership presence and a focus on results. Sharon draws on a diverse business background comprised of Construction Management, Information Technology, and Team and Leadership Development. She has worked successfully in government, Not for Profit and For Profit Sectors and effectively in a wide variety of cultures. She embodies an unshakable belief that sustainable high performance is grounded on three pillars: a compelling, unifying vision, a caring, supportive and challenging environment in which to work and the quest to align what you do with who you are becoming.
Sharon provides unique perspectives and a powerful blend of hard and soft skills to her clients. She balances theory, introspection and real world practicality to help her clients create outstanding results. In her leisure time, Sharon is an avid skier, has led local Habitat for Humanity’s Women Build Projects and recently launched a chapter of “100 Women Who Care” in her community of Guelph, Ontario, raising over $100,000 since 2014 for local charities.