Sherry McKillop

Napa, CA, United States

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Sherry McKillop
Posted 6 months ago
Do you think you have done something in your life to improve this world? If so. Could you explain?
Paco, The Webster's definition of aspirations is "a strong desire to achieve something high or great." Anything that falls within that definition is what I encourage, inspire and communicate. I am a trainer and a coach (trained) and work independently with a variety of clients, mostly in Northern California but also work in the western U.S. My company info can be found at http://www.followyourcompass.com It is not difficult to deal with adults. I tell them very clearly what I expect and what is possible for them as they participate in the program. If they are not meeting expectations I engage in a coaching session to determine what is stopping them. If they continue to not meet expectations they are withdrawn from the program, if the team (the other participants) concur. Those who participate in all of the mandatory sessions and other requirements receive a "certificate of graduation" at the end of the year. If they miss mandatory training they receive a "certificate of participation" at the end of the year and are allowed to upgrade to a graduation certificate by making up the missed session the following year. We usually have 60% women and 40% men. We have participants from various ethnic and racial backgrounds including: African-American, Hispanic, Asian, & Caucasian. You can read more about the program by visiting http://www.ffsc-chamber.com/pages/LeadershipToday/
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Sherry McKillop
Posted 6 months ago
Do you think you have done something in your life to improve this world? If so. Could you explain?
Hi Paco! Yes! My mission is to encourage, inspire, and communicate "possibility" to people with aspirations everywhere. There is an opportunity for me to make a difference in every conversation I have. That in turn alters the course of action in many people's lives. In addition, I lead a year long community leadership program in which adults from the community come to learn how to work together to make a positive impact in their community on an ongoing basis.