We’re going to get to know each other very well during our leadership coaching, so I figure there are a few things you should know about me, first. I have over 5 years of experience as an HR business partner supporting executives and leaders for a global Fortune 500 manufacturing company. I’ve coached leaders from diverse educational, cultural, and functional backgrounds. My recruitment and interview expertise has been honed through a combined eight years of experience in recruitment and human resources roles. Additionally, I received my certificate in Organizational Change and Leadership Coaching from Northwestern University.
Now, I have my own leadership coaching program where I help professionals level up to reach their next breakthrough. I believe by developing greater awareness, defining purpose, and creating a safe and accountable space for action, clients can make positive, life-altering change. My philosophy is to whole-heartedly embrace the "small win." In a world obsessed with immediate gratification, incremental change isn’t always easy. I’m here to support sustainable growth by encouraging clients to slow down, focus, reflect and take action.
You can finally stop searching for an ‘executive coach near me.’ Cogan Coaching is ready to help you soar.
My only goal is to create a safe space without judgment. The method I use integrates proven coaching tools and frameworks to help clients heighten awareness and take meaningful steps towards achieving their goals. I specialize in coaching leaders through change and have extensive experience helping new leaders develop capacity while pursuing goals and maintaining high performance. If you’re ready to show up, I’m ready to help you lead with compassion and conviction.
“The power for creating a better future is contained in the present moment: You create a good future by creating a good present.”
- Eckhart Tolle
The Tim Ferris Show
Unlocking Us with Brene Brown
Meditation & Yoga
Sam Harris' Waking Up App
Yoga: the hotter the better
Japanese Calligraphy (Shodo)
Taking advantage of amazing classes & events at the Japanese Cultural Center
Collecting cookbooks, following chefs on social, and reckless experimentation in my home kitchen
A New Earth
The Obstacle is the Way
When Things Fall Apart