Jeffrey M. Cohen, MBA, has over 30 years of consulting and corporate experience. Having been an executive coach for much of that time, he has been acknowledged for his pioneering work. While executive coaching is his primary focus, other services he offers include team building, training program design, psychological assessments (1000+) and performance management systems. He has provided these services throughout the U.S. and overseas. He created an innovative executive coaching process, Triadic Coaching, that has been shown to improve an executive’s effectiveness. He was selected from among over 250 competitors to coach a CEO of a service business in Houston. In just seven years the revenue of this firm grew from $43 million to over $1.2 billion. Another longer-term assignment was with Johnson & Johnson that originated with an opportunity to coach a physician/executive. Jeff not only successfully coached the executive but also provided a myriad of training and team-building services for him and eventually for his highly educated staff.
Jeff has been Business Sector Director for Organization Resources Counselors (ORC) where he delivered a range of compensation and organization development consulting. His other consulting experiences include The Hay Group and Pradco; here, he designed and implemented incentive compensation plans, training, psychological assessment and research services.
His corporate experience includes Revlon's International Division, where for over six years as Director of Human Resources he led the HR function and introduced unique processes and systems into 26 countries. This experience included a stint as regional head of Human Resources on-site in Paris, France, and Toronto, Canada. Finally, at Hertz's Truck and Equipment Rental Division, he managed selection, training, compensation, and manpower control.
A frequent speaker, he is published in scholarly and popular press. Last May he was selected by the well-respected NY Human Resources Planning Society to present his views on “The Future Of Executive Coaching” – a follow-up on his speech at MDF. In the anthology "Competing Through Talent" he wrote a chapter that linked Executive Coaching and employee retention. He has been on the Board of the Human Resources Association of New York (SHRM) for several years. He was on the team that resuscitated NYHRPS and was its President for two terms.