Erin draws on experience ranging from organizational change management consulting to leadership coaching, her exposure to the for-profit, not-for-profit, international development, and academic environments, and her own experience running her own business. She has consulted to and coached hundreds of entrepreneurs, business leaders, c-suite teams, and private individuals from more than 15 countries in the Americas, Europe, the Middle East, and Asia.
As a strategic thought partner to leaders and as their coach, her approach is also influenced byher hands-on business knowledge, studies in neuroscience and design thinking, personal travels around the world, and knowledge of a broad range of Eastern practices. She taps all these resources to guide clients to more effectively manage their professional lives, grow their leadership capacity and resilience, and lead healthier, happier, more productive lives.
Erin is a voracious learner, and since earning her MBA from the Kellogg Graduate School of Management at Northwestern University, has completed numerous other certificates of studyincluding a graduate certificate in international studies from the Hopkins-Nanjing Center in Nanjing, China; an integrative health coaching certificate from the internationally recognized Institute for Integrative Nutrition in Manhattan; her Quantum Coaching certificate; and her Professional Certified Coach (PCC) credential with the International Coach Federation. She has studied neuroscience in the Body = Brain course with Amanda Blake/Embrighttwo years in a row and is also an approved TED* Practitioner under the guidance of David Emerald.She acquired her certificate for Total LeadershipTMcoaching and program leadership under the direct guidance of Total LeadershipTM founder Stew Friedman of The Wharton School. She is also a certified yoga teacher and integrates all her experiences and training into her writing, teaching, coaching, and consulting.
She has served as an Executive Coach at The Wharton School (University of Pennsylvania) as part of the Executive Coaching and Feedback Program since 2012, as well as Consultant, Leadership Coach, and retreat leader for the University of Cincinnati UC Women Lead program since 2015.
Erin is also a published author, a fluent speaker of Mandarin Chinese, a working mother, and an avid traveler who regularly leads groups to Bali. She is passionate about teaching a more sustainable way of living and working—a simpler, more harmonious way that allows us to thrive while preserving what is most precious and important. She is called on as an expert resource for:
- More effective Time Management
- New approaches to Stress Management
- Establishing Boundaries and effectively managing key relationships
- Clarifying vision and goals
- Identifying and moving past mindset blocks and barriers, and
- Performing at a more optimal level to enjoy life and get better results at work and home
To learn more or talk directly with Erin, you are invited to contact her here.