Mary Anne Kochut is an author, motivational speaker, coach, trainer and organization/management development professional who is skilled in group dynamics, consultation and facilitation. She specializes in the areas of leadership, communications, change management, executive coaching and career transition.
As someone who has always had a keen and sincere interest in inspiring people to excel, Mary Anne's personal motto is “committed to the extraordinary.” As a result, she remains "in touch" with the most current and provocative issues relative to American business today. She is a determined individual and is committed to inspiring people to live their dreams.
Power vs. Perception: Ten Characteristics of Self-Empowerment for Women is an example of how she has approached and overcome the many challenges she's faced in her personal life and career. She is an engaging and energetic speaker who inspires her audiences through her own personal experiences combined with her commitment to excellence and professional expertise.
Mary Anne is an Adjunct Professor at Passaic County Community College, Paterson NJ, Essex County College, Newark, NJ and Pillar College, Newark, NJ. She holds a Master's of Science Degree in Organization Development from the American University/National Training Laboratories program in Washington, DC. Additionally, she holds the National Training Laboratories Certificate for Organization Development and is qualified to administer the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator.
As a result of more than twenty years of experience in various Fortune 500 Companies, she has a broad background in the area of organization development consulting and training. Her experience ranges from resource development and evaluation to program development and delivery.
She has also been an Adjunct Professor of Management at Fairleigh Dickinson University and has executive experience from the Executive Branch of Government as a Member of the Borough Council for the Borough of South Plainfield, New Jersey.