ROBIN AMOS KAHN
Storytelling has been a major theme in Robin’s career and it's one of the many coaching tools she uses to help clients over the world become better communicators and leaders.
Robin’s passion for storytelling led her to spend 25 years as a professional writer for television and theater. She was nominated for several Emmys for her work on shows such as The Young and the Restless, Days of Our Lives, and Guiding Light, is the winner of a Writers Guild Award, and worked on a film for the United Nations Development Program. She also worked at MIT’s Sloan School of Management as a research assistant for Edgar H. Schein.
Robin writes for the Huffington Post on topics as varied as resilience, finding your voice, and swing dancing. She is working on a book called The Code, about women and men finding their super powers and becoming more confident leaders. She is a keynote speaker on the same topic. Robin appeared on In Her Power, a PBS special on women finding their voice. Robin resides in SoHo, New York, loves spending time with her daughter, and enjoys meditation, biking, and yoga.
"What would I have done without you!?! Your encouragement, normalizing of fears, your faith in me and your skill in helping me craft the message, tighten the storytelling and adding bits of gold along the way -- I truly can't imagine how I would have gotten where I did on Wednesday morning. Your warm spirit, compassion and relatability are one in a million. I feel so grateful for your pro help and friendship."
Megan Summers, Global Head of Production, Creative Shop, Facebook.
"I loved working with Robin. She not only helped me shape the story I wanted to tell, she helped me understand it better myself. I came to her anxious and unsure, I left confident and genuinely excited to be on stage."
Amit Gupta, Founder, Photojojo
"Robin went out of her way at the end of a long day to spend one-on-one time with me in a truly life-changing conversation. Without exaggeration, her words of wisdom help me reshape my sense of self and ownership of my own stories."
Kim Gattle, Gattle & Company
"You would have been so proud yesterday. I used the space, told a story, made eye contact, engaged individuals, changed my pitch, used silence/paused, knew it wasn't about me, and kept the audience engaged the whole time. I'm not quite ready for a TED talk, but thanks to your training, I'm a lot more comfortable speaking."