Lilian Abrams, Ph.D., MBA, MCC
Focus: Strategic Influencing and Communications, Executive Presence, Inspiring Followership
“I am very satisfied with the input and support from Lilian and the coaching has been effective, practical and value-add focused throughout the entire process. ”
— W.B., Chief Executive Officer, Manufacturing
Lilian’s style is results-oriented, direct, engaging, collaborative, and supportive. Her approachable manner and quick grasp of situations puts leaders at ease. Typical development areas include: Improved Executive Presence; Inspiring Vision and Followership, Strategic Influencing and Communications; Building Cross-Organizational Networks and Relationships; Displaying Strategic Acumen; Building Teams; Coaching & Developing Others; Managing Change; and others.
Clients range from Fortune 50 companies and over 100K employees, to small internet start-ups, including: Warby Parker, Cloudera, Unilever, Sanofi, BASF, ADP, MOMA, UTC, PSP Investments, HSBC, Marsh & McLennan, and MetLife. Industries include technology, retail, health care, pharmaceuticals, financial services, non-profits, and others. While Lilian works effectively with all demographics, those who are senior level, multi-cultural, technical, high-potential, and/or women leaders are specialties.
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Education and Certification
International Coach Federation, Master Certified Coach (MCC)
Senior Executive Coach – Accredited Association for Professional Executive Coaching and Supervision (2014)
Ph.D., Organizational Behavior, Psychology Dept., The Claremont Graduate University
M.B.A. (H.R, Strategic Mgt.), Claremont Graduate University
B.A., Psychology, UCLA (Phi Beta Kappa, magna cum laude, College Honors, other honors)
Executive Coach Supervisor – Accredited by the EMCC (ESIA, 2020) and Credentialed/Trained (2017)
Experienced in multiple assessments: Hogan, LEA, Thomas Kilman Conflict Assessment, Myers-Briggs, DiSC