Leah Clark is an author, speaker, and researcher with extensive experience in leadership, coaching, employee engagement, and career development. She is deeply knowledgeable about what challenges leaders most and how to help them overcome those challenges with grace and determination. Her clients benefit from her insight and dedication to their success.
As a keynote speaker, Leah has been praised for her ability to make people feel like they are the only one being spoken to despite being in a virtual room of hundreds. Her keynote presentations have covered topics such as Steady Communications During Unsteady Times, Leading in a Hybrid World, Reinventing Leadership, and Building Trust in a Digital World.
As a leadership coach and workshop facilitator, Leah focuses on increasing self awareness, shifting mindsets, and providing a safe space for her clients to learn-and-apply new skills. Leah is determined to make her content and delivery unique, memorable and, dare we say, fun. She combines a dual focus on exploring both the competence leaders need to express combined with the connection they need to forge with the people they lead.
She has worked with major organizations including MetLife, KimberlyClark, Bed Bath and Beyond, Vanguard, Transamerica, Illumina, ThermoFisher, Amazon, HOOPP, Lymphoma and Leukemia Society and many more.
She is an ICF accredited executive coach and Myers-Briggs practitioner. Leah holds a Master of Arts degree in Organizational Psychology from Columbia University and a Bachelor of Arts in English and Sociology from Boston College.
When she’s not working on all-things-leadership, she spends time being simultaneously adored and critiqued by her fifteen year old daughter, Grace, and nine year old son, Colin. They wander the beach near their home in search of the perfect piece of sea glass or occasional whale siting.
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