Dr. Marilyn Puder-York is an executive coach with a 30 year successful track record in helping talented executives and professionals achieve their optimal performance. A licensed psychologist, she is one of the first to apply clinical psychology to the enhancement of executive careers.
Dr. Puder-York specializes in one-to-one, organizationally-sponsored coaching for executives. The objective is to improve their leadership performance, motivation, focus, commitment and direction. She helps valued executives: maintain resiliency through change and upheavals; adjust behaviors to fit their work environment; enhance their leadership, communication, interpersonal and self-management skills and to identify and manage their blindspots to achieve superior performance.
Dr. Puder-York consults with CEOs and HR professionals regarding behavioral issues in the workplace, and maintains a limited private practice. She is also a strategic partner with The Ellig Group, an Executive Search and Leadership Practice.
Formerly Vice President and head of Citigroup's (formerly Citicorp) global in-house Employee Assistance Program for 10 years, Dr. Puder-York has a practical bottom-line business focus when coaching and consulting executive clients. She has a personable style and is straightforward and acute in her observations and counsel. She has a demonstrated track record of efficiently attaining positive results with high potential, high performance executives and professionals.
During the course of her career she has been frequently interviewed and cited in print, broadcast and online by the business and general media. She has been extensively quoted in The Wall Street Journal, Fortune, Business Week, The New York Times and others. She has appeared on CNN, CBS, NBC and Fox television networks. Dr. Puder-York's publication topics include ethical issues in executive coaching, managing difficult customers and clients, and the psychology of success for women. Her book, “The Office Survival Guide: Surefire Techniques for Dealing with Challenging People and Situations” is published by McGraw-Hill.
She is a member of The American Psychological Association, a Fellow of the New York Academy of Medicine, and is a licensed clinical psychologist in New York State.