Sharon Davis Brown Beaumont, California
Executive Coach, Leadership Coach, Team Coach
Ph.D., BC-DMT, CMA, LMHC
Sharon Davis Brown founded Art of Business Coaching (ABC) in 2011 to provide embodied leadership coaching, team coaching, and executive coaching to manage internal and external organizational challenges. She has an MA and Ph.D. in Human and Organizational Systems from Fielding Graduate University; an MA in Expressive Therapies with a specialization in dance/movement therapy from Lesley College (now University); certification as a movement analyst from the Laban Institute of Movement Studies; and a certification as an Evidence-Based Coach from Fielding Graduate University. Her specialty is in nonverbal communication and behavior in the context of leadership interaction styles. She is an expert in the application of Laban movement analysis to coach individuals, teams, and staff within business organizations.
Prior to entering the field of coaching, she worked in the mental health and higher education fields for more than 30 years. She has extensive experience acting as a consultant to businesses, schools, and other organizations. In her private psychotherapy practice, she treated children, adolescents, adults, couples, families, and elders. She is a former adjunct faculty member at Lesley University in the Graduate School of Arts and Social Sciences, where she taught movement observation and supervision courses. She has provided clinical supervision for university graduate students from Lesley University, Antioch New England Graduate School, and Naropa University. She has taught Movement Observation for graduate-level dance therapy students, and The Application of Laban Movement Analysis in Corporate Settings for business professionals, at the Inspirees Institute in China.
As a scholar/practitioner Dr. Brown continues to conduct research. She wrote a chapter titled Authentic Leadership, Embodied Leadership, and Followership from a Multi-Cultural Perspective in the book Authentic Leadership and Followership: International Perspectives (2018). Dorianne Cotter-Lockard.
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