Janet Ioli has been helping people and organizations make changes and maximize their impact for over 25 years.
As a former leader inside Fortune 200 companies such as Cigna, Gannett, Lockheed Martin and Northrop Grumman, she understands first-hand the complexities and realities leaders face leading their organizations.
Grounded in real experience working with thousands of leaders in different industries and countries and having provided over 10,000 hours of coaching, Janet has earned a reputation as an extraordinarily talented, highly results- oriented and sought-after leadership coach, change strategist, speaker, and organizational advisor. Forbes has recognized Janet as one of the country’s leading business coaches with membership in the Forbes Coaches Council—an invitation-only council for leading business and career coaches.
Janet’s wealth of practical experience is backed by continuous and robust educational substance and focus. In addition to thousands of hours of self-study in psychology, leadership, change, neuroscience, and human development, she has masters degrees in both Public Administration and Business, an undergraduate degree in Business, and has extensively studied Human Development & Adult Learning at the Doctoral academic level. She is certified by the International Coach Federation and has completed numerous professional certifications and certificate programs, including an Advanced Executive Coaching Certificate from the Smith School of Business.
She is the creator of "Soul Search Sessions", a unique program for high-achievers who are ready to redefine success and find true fulfillment. Her new book, "Power Presence for Women", is available at Amazon.com.
Learn more at www.janetioli.com
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