Amy Yeager's passion is helping individuals and teams to regain ease and joy in their work by dissolving communication barriers that make professional life unnecessarily difficult.
She is a consultant, executive and team coach, and writer with a focus on communication and team development. As Chief Knowledge Officer at Corentus, she leads the company’s research and development initiatives, including integrating learning from in-the-field client work into trainings for coaches, HR professionals, and other team practitioners.
Amy holds a Certificate in Team Coaching from Corentus and serves on the faculty of the Corentus Team Coaching Certificate Program. She is also a certified Senior Trainer in SAVI® (the System for Analyzing Verbal Interaction) and co-author of the first book to be published on the system: Conversation Transformation (McGraw-Hill, 2012).
Amy has a particular expertise in analyzing and transforming habitual patterns of behavior, which she has applied therapeutically as a certified practitioner of the Alexander Technique and Self-Regulation Therapy, as well as in her work with executives. She is certified in the Group Development Questionnaire (GDQ), the only scientifically validated instrument for assessing a team’s stage of development. Amy received her AB in Psychology from Harvard University. Outside of work, her greatest learning and inspiration come from her twin girls.