Emrah Cetin is an executive coach who enjoys partnering with achievement-oriented and results-driven individuals who are focused on taking their career to a higher level. Before becoming an Executive Coach, Emrah enjoyed 15 years of diverse professional experience in large companies, followed by a key role in a successful start-up. With the foundation of her Bachelors of Science in Industrial Engineering, a Masters in Business Administration and her completion of Columbia University’s Coaching Certification Program, Emrah is data driven and curious. Complimentary to her approach, she adopts Whole Brain Thinking practices, identifying clients’ thinking styles, cultivating creativity and innovation across organizations.
Coaching the Whole Person—Empowering Individual and Organizational Performance via Neurosciences at the Core!
Selected literature is reviewed (i.e., thinking styles, experiential learning, and structured dialogue) as a basis for building bridges across select academic disciplines to inform the redesign of Columbia University’s coach preparation program, as well as, establishing a platform for expanding the practice of executive and organization coaching beyond one-on-one interactions (e.g., peers, groups, teams, and organizational cultures). The ultimate aim is grounding evidence-based practices for coaching the whole person (i.e., head, heart and hand).