Dr. Laura Licato is a passionate executive coach, facilitator, trainer, and scientist who helps individuals, groups, and organizations reach beyond their goals into their highest potential. She specializes in executive and faculty development, focusing on enhanced job performance, resilience, engagement, and health through the development of personal leadership attributes and competencies, such as emotional intelligence and peaceful conflict resolution. She supports people in making transformative and sustainable changes which bring forth their most engaged and effective selves.
In addition to providing coaching, workshop facilitation, trainings, and consulting she teaches Integrative Wellness Coaching in the College of Integrative Medicine and Health Sciences, at Saybrook University, as well as teaching in the Internal Coach Certification program at Harris Health System. She has a deep love for teaching, mentoring, and training program development, so derives much joy from her work training the next generation of coaches. She inspires her students with her own love of learning, insatiable curiosity, and drive to create supportive community. Laura is also currently serving on the ICF Global Independent Review Board (IRB) Committee.
Holding a PhD in Microbiology and Immunology, Laura leverages her 20+ years of experience in the healthcare field as a successful cancer research scientist and manager prior to becoming a coach. Throughout her scientific career, she excelled at nurturing the professional growth of her employees, empowering them to achieve new levels of success and satisfaction. She brings her expertise in creating collaborative work environments, enhancing team dynamics, and creating impactful and sustainable strategies for continuous improvement to her coaching.
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