Shining a Light on Women in Leadership: Q&A with Dr. Areej Khataybih, Transformational Coach

Posted November 4, 2020 | Sustainability | Leadership | Amplify
Areej Khataybih
In this interview, transformational coach Areej Khataybih offers a psychological perspective on women leaders and what contributes to their success and their challenges. She highlights the challenges that come from internal obstacles and beliefs of not being good enough and the battle of competing with male counterparts and, in the process, denying women’s full selves, the emotional and the logical.
About The Author
Cutter Consortium
Cutter's more than 150 internationally recognized experts are committed to delivering top-level, critical, and objective advice, content, and executive education. Our team's expertise and credentials are exceptional: they have done, and are doing, groundbreaking work in organizations worldwide, helping you adapt to changing business models, leverage emerging technologies, and identify best practices to achieve competitive advantage.
Areej Khataybih
Areej Khataybih is the founder of The Spark Back, a leadership and executive coaching company. Her coaching style encompasses a unique combination of psychology, transformational coaching, and business development. Dr. Khataybih has spent more than 15 years working with C-suite-level executives and CEOs, mostly in software development houses. For more than 11 years, she studied in Jordan, the US, and the UK with a special focus on the psychology… Read More
Don’t have a login? Make one! It’s free and gives you access to all Cutter research.