As a coach, are you well equipped to take people through the emotional experience of being part of a startup? After you watch this session, you will be!
Join Alisa Cohn to learn the 7 ways that startups are different from large companies. Plus, discover the 5 things you need to do if you want to start coaching startups.
How to break into startups as a coach
Common pitfalls of coaching in startups when you’re not experienced with them - and how to avoid them
How to adjust your coaching style to meet the unique needs of startups
Alisa Cohn was named the #1 Startup Coach in the world at the Thinkers50 Marshall Goldsmith Leading Global Coaches Awards. She was also named a Top 30 Global Guru for Startups in February 2020.
Furthermore, Inc Magazine named her one of their top 100 leadership speakers. Alisa was also selected as 1 of the top coaches by Marshall Goldsmith in his 100 Coaches project.
A one-time startup CFO as well as a strategy consultant at The Monitor Group and PwC, Alisa has been coaching CEOs, other executives, and board directors for almost 20 years at companies like Dell, Hitachi, Google, Bloomberg LLP, Sony Music, UBS, Citi, PwC, Pfizer, Johnson & Johnson, Novartis, and IBM. She has also coached founders and C-suite executives at Etsy, Foursquare, Venmo, Tory Burch, Mack Weldon and The Wirecutter (acquired by the New York Times.) On top of coaching, Alisa writes for Inc, Forbes, and HBR.