Tulsa, OK - United States
Lead yourself. Transform your leadership. Build your legacy.
Career, Executive Training, Leadership Development, Non-Profit, Team Building, and Women
Certified Enneagram Coach: Type 1
More about Paula Shannon
I am an executive leader, a loving partner, and a mother to two amazing fur babies. I have served communities for over 25 years as a teacher and leader in public schools. Whether in the classroom or conference room, I am driven by a passion to help others develop and grow. I have been on an incredible leadership and life journey, and want to help others experience the power of unlocking your greatness.
As a leader, I have experienced being overwhelmed and exhausted. I’ve achieved and failed big time. I’ve resigned before being fired. I’ve made bad decisions with significant consequences. Over the years, I’ve learned that self-awareness is key to success at any level and in any part of life. The more aware you are of what motivates you and how you tend to engage with the world, the more you will unlock your potential, use your gifts, and make extraordinary contributions to this world.
One cannot lead others without first leading themselves. I would love to help you on your leadership and life journey. I would welcome the opportunity to help you be your best self, cultivate relationships by building trust, communicate more effectively, reduce stress, and achieve lasting impact.
certified enneagram coach, MA in Educational Leadership, BA Government and International Relations, Pahara Institute Fellow Cohort 20
I was fortunate enough to be coached by Paula during a professional transition time, when I was overwhelmed by the thought of having to decide where to go next in my career. Her support allowed me to engage in deep self-reflection and to quiet the “noise” within and around me—self-doubt, fears, input from others. I was able to define the work that was both inspiring to me and where I could have the most impact as a leader, and to focus my energy in those areas.
–Talia Shaull, CHRO at The Wallace Foundation