I'm an executive coach with 20 years of experience in helping professionals be at their best. I spent 12 years at McKinsey where I was a Partner in their Organization and Healthcare practices, and for several years led the firm's work on organizational change and leadership development in healthcare. Over the years I have coached at many levels in healthcare, including system leaders, hospital CEOs, CMOs, CNOs, clinical leaders, and teams. I coached the Sec of State for Health in one country and the national CMO and CNO of another country. I draw on behavioral science in my work - behavioral psychology, economics, and neuroscience, and wrote a book on the topic called How to Have a Good Day.
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- Caroline Webb is an executive coach, author and speaker who specializes in showing people how to use insights from behavioral science to improve their professional lives. Her book on that topic, How To Have A Good Day, has been published in 14 languages and more than 60 countries. It was hailed by Forbes as one of their “must-read business books,” described by Fortune as one of their top “self-improvement through data” books, and listed by Inc magazine as one of the “best 15 leadership and personal development books of the past five years.” The book also won plaudits from publications as diverse as the Financial Times, TIME, and Cosmopolitan magazine. She is also a Senior Advisor to McKinsey, where she was previously a Partner. Caroline is a frequent contributor to Harvard Business Review, and she has also written on behavioral change topics for the World Economic Forum, Fast Company, Quartz, Business Insider, Huffington Post and WIRED. Her work has also been widely featured in national and international media over the years, including in The Economist, The Financial Times, The Washington Post, The New York Times, The Guardian, Inc., Forbes, Fortune, and BBC Radio. She is also one of Marshall Goldsmith’s ‘MG100‘ coaches, a member of Silicon Guild, a Founding Fellow of the Harvard-affiliated Institute of Coaching, and has degrees in Economics from Cambridge and Oxford Universities.