AMG HS 2AMY GREEN, CEC, PCC
Senior Executive Coach and President

Amy has been helping clients improve the quality of their professional and personal interactions for over 17 years. She brings an array of diverse experiences to her practice and a compassionate understanding  of the challenges currently facing our changing world. Amy brings to her coaching an ability to delve deeply beneath the surface to explore and identify meaning, challenge and life purpose for developing leaders.

As the President and owner of Dynamic Potential Executive Coaching, LLC her company serves a wide variety of professionals from entertainment industry professionals, Am Law 100 attorneys and law firms to corporate executives, entertainment industry talent, executives and managers, entrepreneurs and leaders in healthcare. She has designed and facilitated training’s to help leaders generate success and satisfaction within their organizations.

Amy is a gifted coach, praised by clients for her warmth, humor, and ability to facilitate difficult conversations. She excels at creating an atmosphere of trust where people feel comfortable learning and practicing new skills. Through her coaching and teaching, Amy is able to help individuals and organizations innovate and create new ways of thinking and working that increase commitment, creativity, collaboration and productivity.

Amy is an ICF Professional Certified Coach (PCC) and certified graduate of The Newfield Network Coaching and Organizational Learning (NCOL) program in Washington, DC. As well, Amy has completed  Mastery Courses in coaching with The Arbinger Institute, Naropa University and The Neuroleadership Institute. Amy is certified as a Prep-Profile Administrator. She is an active member of The International Coach Federation and The International Association of Coaches. She is a member of The National Association of Women Lawyers and The Oregon Women Lawyers Association, The California Women Laywers Association.

 

GordonJudith Gordon
Communication and Business Development

Judith Gordon provides communication, business development and leadership training to law firms and other professional service firms. A lawyer, Lecturer-in-Law at UCLA School of Law, certified mediator and certified coach in Social and Emotional Intelligence, Judith helps firms and professionals grow their business, increase visibility, enhance their reputations, and lead more productive, satisfying lives.

Judith writes and speaks regularly on issues of well being and the high-achieving professional. She uses a combination of social and emotional intelligence tools, stress management techniques and contemplative practices to create programs for professionals who are driven to thrive both professionally and personally.

Judith practiced law before her segue into business communications. She spent several years as Associate Director of Communications at an economic think tank in Santa Monica where she co-authored Economic Prosperity, Women and Access to Credit: Best Practices in the Financial Market (2000), a Special Report commissioned by the National Women’s Business Council, the Advisory Panel to the U.S. President and Congress on economic issues important to women business owners.

 

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Executive Coach

Lee Broekman, is an executive coach and trainer to business and legal professionals. She is an expert in persuasion, presentation and interpersonal communication. As a frequent lecturer in legal and business gatherings, she speaks on topics of building rewarding relationships, communicating with clarity and confidence, managing people and projects, and creating positive and productive work environments.

Lee is an engaging communication and management scholar and speaker who trains the top AmLaw100 law firm leaders and facilitates retreats for senior managers of Fortune 1,000 companies. Lee has taught courses at USC’s Annenberg School for Communication and Marshall School of Business, and guest teaches at the UCLA School of Law. A richly varied background in political communications as an L.A. City Council spokesperson, campaign media advisor, ambassadorial scholar to the Netherlands and political lobbyist, has ultimately laid the strong foundation (and countless stories) Lee has to teach professionals to work with different people under stressful situations. 

Lee is a graduate of the Annenberg Graduate School for Communication Management at USC.

 

Cadi professional pix 003Cadi Simon
Senior Executive Coach

Cadi Simon is a practicing coach and consultant. She comes to coaching from an extensive background in journalism and uses a journalism-based approach of powerful questioning in her Leadership and Life coaching.

Working with clients from corporate executives to middle managers, Cadi has helped leaders in deadline-driven, fast paced environments identify and overcome roadblocks to personal and corporate success. She has coached managers in leadership and management skills, has worked with her clients on communications and team dynamics, assisting them in developing and instituting specific action plans for improving management/staff relations, efficiency and performance. Using techniques developed by her years as an editor, Cadi supports clients in setting and reaching their goals by working with them to identify their stories, explore all possible angles, set deadlines for action, and rewrite their “life scripts” to incorporate the changes they want to make.

Prior to starting her coaching business, she spent 20 years working with National Public Radio, most recently as a consultant for management and editorial matters and previously as a staff member. Her last staff position was Senior Foreign Editor. In that capacity, she oversaw all foreign and diplomatic coverage for National Public Radio’s news programs throughout the late 1980’s and early 90’s. For her work, she earned numerous awards including a George Foster Peabody award, and a Robert F. Kennedy award. Cadi is also a staff recipient of three Alfred I. DuPont Awards: one Gold Baton for Excellence in News Coverage (1992) and two Silver Batons, including one for coverage of the Gulf War (1991).

Cadi Simon is a graduate of the Newfield Network program for Ontological Coaching, and a certified member of the International Coach Federation. She attendedTelAvivUniversity in Israel and QueensCollege in New York. Cadi lives in Bethesda,Maryland with her husband and has two grown daughters.