Amy Kan helps develop emotionally intelligent organizations that are better equipped to lead through change, retain top talent, and reduce employee burnout. Working with individuals, teams and groups, Amy helps executives and emerging leaders develop the critical skills required in a post-pandemic world, such as empathy, the ability to influence, resiliency and communication.
With more than twenty years' experience leading teams as a marketing and communications executive, Amy understands the power of good communication to influence, motivate and inspire others. Her experience provides context to leadership coaching, training and facilitation, that focus on the underlying skills and behaviors that affect how we see ourselves, how we see others, and how we perform.
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 regular contributor to Fast Company as well as other business publications.
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).
Amy is a native New Yorker, now living the good life with her husband and two daughters in suburban Los Angeles. She loves good food, good wine and travelling to places near and far.