Sarah joins the ForumSherpa team of Sherpa Certified Facilitators with a passion to bring out the best in her clients as they bring out the best in her. Sarah has the unique ability to engage quickly, understand group dynamics, create amazing synergy and facilitate positive transformation. She has the insight to ask the right questions with perfect timing to empower Forums to open doorways to the next level. For Sarah, it is the intersection of passion, strengths, values and engagement that makes facilitation so much fun. She helps Forums and executive teams discover this intersection in their lives and businesses. Sarah has the ability to see clearly and inspire groups to align, focus and rally around a common purpose.

Sarah Fruehling is a Nebraska native who loves working with leaders, executives, and organizations to create new growth and change. Sarah lives in Omaha with her husband of 23 years and 16-year-old son. Coming from a background as a Licensed Professional Counselor and a Registered Art Therapist, Sarah is leveraging her 20+ years of experience as a self-employed private practice therapist, entrepreneur, and private business owner as she embraces her second career as a Board Certified Professional Executive Business Coach at Fruehling Coaching, www.fruehlingcoaching.com.

In addition to being a Forum facilitator and a business coach, Sarah is an EOS® Implementer. Her niche is combining facilitation skills with her years of experience in positive psychology. Sarah has a unique skill set which is ideal for developing healthy teams by improving communication, illuminating group strengths, fostering a deep level of trust and elevating the value of your Forum experience.

Sarah pushes past conventional standards of executive coaching to incorporate positive psychology, neuroscience, strength-based cognitive and behavioral mindfulness, appreciative inquiry and neurogenesis to support her clients in achieving their goals. Sarah empowers Forums to delve deeper than the surface because she knows this is where transformation occurs.