Sondra Levitt Tiffinee Swanson Soha Emam

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Sunny Levitt is an executive leadership and career coach who has partnered with hundreds of clients over 14 years in achieving their professional goals. She is a compassionate, insightful coach with a
forthright and practical approach who is known for building trust and challenging clients toward reaching their potential.  She has coached leaders at all levels, including top executives, in almost every industry and job function. Her deep knowledge of career management and leadership growth helps clients live their potential with purpose.

Dr. Soha Emam is an enthusiastic and highly motivated senior expert in Marketing, communication, branding, and Media, with an exceptional set of skills, with a solid track record of over 20 years of diversified exposure in multinational and Semi-Government and government organizations in the region. She is an expert in providing all kinds of leadership and managerial support. Highly professional, confidential correspondence with the ability to exhibit, discretion, tact, diplomacy, and professionalism while working. Apposing exceptional skills Human resources, training, coaching, and organizational culture building.

Tiffinee Swanson is a career and leadership coach on the Korn Ferry Advance team, helping professionals and leaders work towards achieving their career and leadership goals. She is passionate about coaching leaders to overcome challenges in their personal and professional development. Her coaching philosophy, which comes from her days as a frontline healthcare worker, is to help individuals become better every day.

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The last time your manager offered feedback on a project, presentation, or as part of your performance review, what did you do with that information? Did you ignore it and move on, or did you consider how to use it to get ahead? A recent poll finds that only 14% of employees strongly agree that a performance review inspires them to improve.

August 5, 2022