Linda Eve Cohan
Linda Cohan, MSW,CPC Executive/leadership Coach
21 Rocky Neck Ave.
BA and Masters in Social work-Boston University
Mediation Training- Worcester Community Action Council
Collaboratively Trained Coach- International Academy of Collaborative Professionals
Advanced Coaching Certification-Success Unlimited Network
Emotional Intelligence Training and Assessment- Lynne Learning Labs
Mass Collaborative Council - Current Board Member
Divorce Center-Current Board Member
Past Co-Chair of the Business Collaborative Practice Committee (4 years)
Past Co-Chair of Metro West Practice Group (2 years)
Co-Author of "Meet the Interdisciplinary Team" Collaborative Law and Procedures-2014
My combined experience as a clinical social worker and executive coach has given me the unique expertise to work with professionals who are either seeking a divorce or wanting to resolve a business dispute. As a trained neutral facilitator for many years, I work with collaborative teams and clients to resolve their disputes in the most efficient manner, avoiding litigation. Prior to starting a case, I meet with both clients individually to articulate their interests and goals: to identify what might trigger and set them off in a meeting; to strategize how they want to communicate their goals in the most effective and productive way possible. During the meetings, I insure that the agenda is followed and that all parties are given the opportunity to have a voice in the process. I work with the team to manage any challenges and roadblocks that might arise during the meetings.
When not working, I enjoy fly-fishing and overseeing my lobster traps!
Neutral Coach Facilitator in both Family and Business Disputes, Relationship Management and Communication Coaching(See "About Me") below:Emotional Intelligence Training and Coaching, Career Transition Coaching, Work/Life Balance Coaching
I work senior level executives to create an environment that get results. This is done by developing and improving competencies that impact leadership performance such as:
* Inner focus for self-awareness and self-management
* Outer focus for empathy and interpersonal effectiveness
* Systems focus for vision and purpose