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Lori Young   (#54)   

Basic Information

Location
Rocky River, OH
Email Address
 
Phone
216-403-3181
Mobile Phone
216-403-3181
Company
Ready Now, LLC
Title
Owner, Leadership Coach
Address
19602 Riverwood Avenue

Rocky River, OH  
44116
USA
Metro Area
Cleveland, OH



Personal Information

Additional Information

ICF Member
Yes
Credentials
PCC
Certification
Certified by a professional coach training school
Certifying Institution
Leadership Coach Academy
Coaching Involvement
Part-Time
Years coaching experience
more than 10 years
Personal-Business
Both
Academic Degree
Master's degree
Speaker
No

Biography

Lori Young has over 20 years of experience as an executive coach, trainer and designer of nationally award-winning leadership development programs in healthcare, banking and higher education. These programs and services directly impacted leaders’ abilities to communicate, influence, collaborate and engage peers and direct reports.

In her work, Lori builds authentic relationships with her clients to help leaders achieve goals through strong communication and interpersonal skills.  Clients describe Lori as bringing a refreshing attitude, positive energy and enthusiasm to the relationship. Her calm, attentive and patient approach helps leaders develop in a manner that is sustainable and impactful. One of Lori’s greatest strengths is to teach leaders how to apply tools that make communication and collaboration easy and effective. 

Experience

Lori has engaged with clients such as Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company, Cleveland Clinic, YWCA of Greater Cleveland, The College of Wooster, thoughtLeaders, LLC, Inner City Tennis Clinics and Susan G. Komen of Northeast Ohio. She is a guest blogger for Cornerstone on Demand, a global leader of cloud-based talent management software solutions.  With Lori’s professional coaching, training and consulting partnership, leaders can more easily and successfully navigate these types of leadership priorities:

  • Increasing engagement and productivity through coaching
  • Demonstrating emotional intelligence
  • Maximizing acceptance to change
  • Building deeper trust-based relationships
  • Presenting and communicating with executive presence
  • Increasing self-awareness
  • Leading strong and diverse teams
  • Dealing with ambiguity

 

Background

Lori started her coaching practice after a successful career leading leadership and career development programs at the Cleveland Clinic, Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland, Case Western Reserve University and Baldwin-Wallace University.  She has coached over 150 leaders and teams. Her design and management of accelerated development programs earned her the American Society of Training & Development “Excellence in Practice” award.