My name is Seth Elliott.  I provide coaching and consultation services to individuals and businesses wanting to strengthen leadership ability, improve workplace culture, enhance employee experience, and navigate conflict and change successfully.  My work is dedicated to healthier systems and people.  For me, this includes families, schools, companies, political entities, and non-profit and religious organizations.  I believe in getting core philosophies right.  I believe in conceptual and practical balance.  I believe in kind and honest conversations, the healthy use of power, flourishing in your true lane, lifelong learning, and real joy in the journey.  

At the individual level, I help people live their best lives and reach their highest goals through coaching rooted in supportive reflection, inquiry, challenge and discovery.  At the organizational level, I use similar approaches plus new insights into organizational theory and neuroscience to help clients create irresistible places to work where leaders and teams are empowered, engaged, and committed.  

I draw on my formal education in business and psychology as well as successful experience as a leader, consultant, author, classroom trainer, coach, mediator, and leadership development specialist to promote and guide true transformation.    People often like to know about my specific credentials such as:  my MBA degree, DiSC and MBTI certifications; co-authorship of volumes one and two of Assessing Student Threats: A Handbook for Implementing the Salem-Keizer System; instructor certifications in crisis intervention systems MANDT, CPI, and OIS; facilitator certification in Franklin-Covey courses including The Speed of Trust, The 7 Habits for Managers, 5 Choices to Extraordinary Productivity, and Great Leaders, Great Teams, Great Results.  In addition, I draw unique and timeless perspective from my past experience in executive protection and Krav Maga.