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Amy Kan

Executive & Leadership Coach at Amy Kan Coaching

Human Resources

Education: University of Michigan - London Business School
Los Angeles, CA, USA

Biography

Amy Kan helps organizations increase productivity and engagement by elevating the emotional intelligence of employees and improving the way people communicate with each other. Working with individuals, teams and groups, Amy addresses the root causes of poor communication that result in dropped balls, poor morale and employee turnover.

With more than twenty years' experience in marketing and communications, Amy understands the power that good communications has to influence, motivate and inspire. Her experience provides context to leadership coaching, training and facilitation, that explores the behaviors that influence how we communicate, such as emotional intelligence, mindset and an individual's attitudes and perceptions.

​Amy launched Amy Kan Coaching in 2018, offering fully customizable services to organizations of all sizes, collaborating with other experienced professionals as needed, to scale solutions to meet clients' needs. She writes about leadership as a contributor to online publications such as Fast Company, CEOWorld Magazine, All Business, and Thrive Global.

Amy received her MBA, with a concentration in marketing, from the London Business School, BA in Communications from the University of Michigan, and coach training from the Institute of Professional Excellence in Coaching (IPEC.) She holds an Associate Certified Coach (ACC) certification from the International Coaching Federation (ICF).

Passion

Authentic leadership, emotional intelligence, gender equity, confidence, growth mindset, culture change, human centric leadership

Topics

authentic leadership gender equity diversity increasing confidence executive coaching emotional intelligence authenticity selfawareness corporate burnout valuesbased leadership

Example talks

Managing Imposter Syndrome

An interactive workshop specifically designed for women that explores what imposter syndrome is (where it comes from and why we may be prone to it) as well as strategies we can employ to help us manage both before it strikes and in the moment. The length of the workshop is 3-hours but the content can be tailored to shorter lengths.