Sue Sheldon, B.Sc., M.C.C.


Sue is a compassionate and energetic coach and facilitator who thrives on championing people to be the best they can be. Her background in sales and marketing allows her to assist clients in aligning their objectives with strategic business goals. Since she began her own consulting company in 1991, she has held an on-going commitment to understanding her client’s needs in unison with accountability for the implementation and measurement of the results. 

Since 1997, coaching has been an integral part of Sue’s practice. Sue works in partnership with her clients to help people get clear on their values, reconnect with their purpose in life, put together a plan that is in alignment with their values and then get into action to create the results they want. Sue’s business mission is to unleash the capacity of individuals to optimize their performance and achieve their personal best.

For 10 years, Sue brought her skills as a coach and leader to her role on the faculty of Adler International Learning as a leader of the certificate program and part of the supervisory team for the Practicum process.. In 2004, Sue was a part of a team of coaches at the LCBO as well as in 2013 for her work in Isikkent School in Izmir Turkey both of whom received recognition through the Prism award which celebrates excellence and business achievement through coaching.

As part of her ongoing commitment to life-long learning, Sue received certification from the Consulting Psychologists Press to administer the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator. Successful completion of the Co-active Space yearlong Leadership program has helped Sue gain clarity on her impact as a leader. As she took on a role as mentor coach these  skills served her well.

Since completing her professional coaching training from the Coaches Training Institute Sue has acquired the designation of Master Certified Coach (MCC) from the International Coach Federation. 

Sue has continued her passion to share coaching skills  in her role as Dircetor of Learning at the Flow Coaching Institute as she teaches students fron across the globe in aquiring the skills to pursue their professional designations.

Since Sue began her business in 1991, many clients have benefited from her consulting services and over 20 years of offering coaching services and coach training in Canada, US, England, France, Taiwan. China and Turkey. A partial list of clients includes Alcatel Lucent, Canadian Broadcasting Company, Credit Union Central, Maidstone Bakeries (a subdivision of Aryzta AG), Motorola, Region of Durham, Suncor, Sun Life Financial, Tarion Warranty Corporation, Woodbine Entertainment and York Region Transit.

Because she is passionate about coaching, its benefits and the impact that coaching skills have on the workplace, Sue’s practice continues to grow as she works with entrepreneurs and intrapreneurs to find balance between social and fiscal responsibility, with the ultimate goal of humanizing the workplace.