I was honored to be interviewed by Susan McPherson of the New York Women’s Forum regarding my past and present professional experiences. The interview focuses on how to navigate tough business decisions and how to conquer Imposter Syndrome.
Lin Coughlin has spent more than a decade advising and coaching leaders and leadership teams in the public and private sectors. She is known for her ‘just-in-time’ strategic investments and the development of leaders looking to achieve outstanding results. Her experience and commitment to becoming a disruptive leader and breaking the shackles of the status quo are one of the many reasons she was selected as one of ‘The 10 Most Empowering Women in Business in 2021’, CIO Views August 2021 edition.
A seasoned operating executive, general manager, board member and results-driven consensus builder, Lin Coughlin, deploys innovative solutions in complex high-stakes situations to create win-win results. Her advisory services, provided at the enterprise, team and individual levels, take advantage of her formidable experience leading the design and implementation of transformational initiatives for breakthrough results in all types of economic and competitive environments. Read more from Lin Coughlin in Committee of 200’s Forbes Column.
As human beings, we’re good at many things, but managing change isn’t always one of them. In general, we are creatures of habit and take comfort in knowing what to expect. This reality doesn’t always mesh well with a business landscape that continues evolving. And when you consider how COVID-19 has flipped our lives upside down over the past several months, it’s safe to say that we’re all struggling with transformation. Read more from Lin Coughlin in Committee of 200’s Forbes Column.
Women see the world through a different lens than men. They therefore interpret the requirements of leadership differently. Women are relationship builders and results-focused collaborators, and throughout history they have demonstrated extraordinary prowess at resolving conflicts. While these leadership traits have often been undervalued, today, they are in high demand for affecting lasting organizational change. Read more from Lin Coughlin in Committee of 200’s Forbes Column.