Pamela A. Soden
Pam assists individuals, groups and organizations in increasing
their effectiveness through executive coaching, consultations
and workshops. She supports her clients in facilitating change,
increasing productivity and improving quality.
In her more than 30 years as a Training and Development professional,
Pam has trained thousands of individuals in the skills they
need to be more productive and successful in their lives and
in their careers.
Pam skillfully uses a blend of accelerated learning techniques
as she teaches her clients how to lead, supervise and manage,
build teams, manage conflict and change, communicate effectively,
train others, manage time and stress, make presentations,
assert themselves and create winning customer service. Her
wealth of experience, her passion, a naturally engaging style
and a willingness to share have earned her the title of "The
Her clients have included A&E Television Networks, California
Air National Guard, Supermarkets General, Hoffman LaRoche,
Bristol Myers, AT&T, Pace University, the United States
Department of Justice, York Insurance Services Group, the
United States Army, and the Equitable Life Assurance Society
where she also served as an internal consultant.
Pam is on faculty at NYU's School of Continuing and Professional
She holds a degree in Business Administration from Marymount
Manhattan College and is past President of its Alumni Association.
She is also a former Chairperson and a Director of the Council
of Concerned Black Executives and Vice-President of St. Matthew's
and St. Timothy's Neighborhood Center. She is an advisor to
the Women's Center for Education and Career Advancement and
a volunteer workshop presenter for the Support Center for
A frequent lecturer and popular speaker, the recipient of
numerous awards, Ms. Soden is listed in Who's Who of American
Women. She has been a top rated presenter and conference
speaker for the American Management Association where she
has taught management and leadership courses since 1975. Ms.
Soden was selected to be the seminar leader for AMA's first
videoconference, a joint venture with the U.S. Chamber of
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