In the Workplace with Peter Cappelli and Dan O'Meara


Coaching Corporate

Season 2019, Ep. 1

Coaches in the workplace. Once stigmatized as a crutch, executive coaches are making a comeback in the \corporate world. In this episode, Peter Capelli and Dan O'Meara talk with Lilly Linton and Chris Giangrasso about the current state of the executive coaching.

Lilly Linton is a certified executive coach working with both individuals and teams to deliver positive change and solid results for her clients. Her approach is practical in nature, and is focused on helping her clients to identify options for taking their leadership and communication skills to the next level.

Chris Giangrasso is currently Senior Vice President, Human Resources, Communications and Site Services at Arkema Inc., a diversified chemical manufacturing company headquartered in King of Prussia, PA with more than forty sites throughout the Americas and revenues in excess of $4B.

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