Featured Articles, Quotes, and Books
Alisa contributed to: Developing Your Career Plan for the forthcoming book: "Find Your Fit: A Practical Guide to Landing a Job You'll Love," published by ATD Press.
In Reinventing You, branding expert Dorie Clark provides a step-by-step guide to help you assess your unique strengths, develop a compelling personal brand, and ensure that others recognize the powerful contribution you can make.
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Featured Articles & Mentions in the News
Featured by Ron Carucci, in Forbes.
Two board veterans give their takes on what makes a great board member.
Most boards have only four to six gatherings per year. Here’s how to make the most of each one.
For women in particular, building and using your power is crucial to being a senior leader. Here are three ways to do it.
Part of leadership is shaping how others see you. These three tips can help you convey the image you want.
This is the second part of a two-part interview featuring Alisa Cohn. In the first installment, she talked about the importance of talent assessment and delegation for CEOs whose roles are evolving.
Since 2000, Alisa Cohn has been coaching CEOs, board members, entrepreneurs, and emerging leaders to help them increase their leadership capacity. Her specific expertise is helping leaders to think and act creatively so that they are able to step more fully into their evolving roles, scale quickly, and make the best possible decisions for their organizations. Prior to launching her coaching consultancy, she held positions at established companies like The Monitor Group and PricewaterhouseCoopers, and tech startups Corporate Alumni and Clairvergent Technology Partners.
Quoted on Forbes.com, by Dorie Clark, about the "Five Insights to Improve Your Life"
National Center for The Middle Market on Skills Development for Busy Middle Market Leaders, quoted Alisa.
Featured in the Boston Globe Magazine on how to most effectively use linked in to advance your career