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December 07th 2015:Developing Women to Lead with Carolyn Coughlin

From the IMF to McKinsey to Patricia Arquette, women in leadership everywhere are standing up for women's empowerment. Carolyn Coughlin, a founding partner at Cultivating Leadership and author of “Developmental Coaching to Support the Transition to Self-Authorship” in the forthcoming Jossy Bass Sourcebook, Transforming Adults through Coaching, is a key contributor to this conversation. With expertise in designing and delivering developmentally-oriented leadership programs for organizations around the world, Carolyn is keenly aware of the ways women of all ages and power positions get in their

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Carolyn Coughlin

Carolyn is a founding partner of Cultivating Leadership, a leadership consultancy that works with organizations and individuals to help them increase their capacity to lead across complexity, ambiguity, and change. She also teaches coaches and leaders how to apply the theory and practice of adult development as they support others to grow; including a particular focus on the whole self (body and mind.) Carolyn’s coaching and leadership development work is informed by the 10 years she spent as a consultant at Price Waterhouse and McKinsey & Company. Over the last 15 years, she has worked with a wide range of organizational clients in the US, New Zealand and Australia, including The New Zeala
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