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Amanda is a 23-year veteran at Ketchum. In her current role as the leader of organizational effectiveness and learning and development, Amanda provides strategic direction and consultation on strategy implementation, team development and dynamics, organizational effectiveness, leadership team alignment, and personal productivity for the agency and its employees. She also serves as a certified executive coach and lead trainer for Ketchum University. Prior to her role at Ketchum, Amanda was a Director at Stromberg Consulting where she was an external management consultant for 13 years. She holds her Master’s in Organizational Psychology and Executive Coaching certification from Columbia University. Amanda received her bachelor’s degree in Communications from the University of Michigan Honors College. She lives in New York with her husband and daughter. She’s an accomplished home cook, avid reader and novice Netflix-binger.

To My Webcam, with Love: For the Sake of Our Relationship, Sometimes We Need to Be Apart

by Amanda Kowal Kenyon| April 3, 2020

There are few bigger webcam proponents than me. In a recent post, I discussed the importance of webcam-enabled virtual meetings and touch-bases in the midst of the COVID-19 crisis, when they can be so much more engaging and do a better job replicating real-world presence than the phone. They feel more connected and human, which […]