Julie Cohen & Team

Julie Cohen

Julie Cohen
Coach, Author and
7 Keys Trainer / Facilitator

In 15 years as a career and leadership coach, Julie Cohen, PCC, has worked with hundreds of clients to clarify and achieve their professional and personal goals. Almost all clients wanted to enhance their work-life balance whether they wanted a promotion, better communication skills, more meaning and satisfaction from their work, or improved leadership capabilities. This led Julie to develop The 7 Keys to Work-Life Balance: a program that gives participants tools to identify, clarify and rectify the work-life balance challenges they may be facing. Her book, Your Work, Your Life …Your Way: 7 Keys to Work-Life Balance, provides readers with a process to evaluate their work-life satisfaction and make real and sustainable changes for greater work and life satisfaction.

Julie brings over 20 years experience with corporate, non-profit and entrepreneurial organizations to her work as a coach. Formerly an internal Executive Coach at Ernst & Young LLC, she was part of the design team responsible for developing and implementing a national coaching program for the Firm’s management consultants. She currently coaches a wide array of individual and organizational clients throughout the US, Europe and Asia.

A dynamic and engaging speaker and facilitator, Julie presents highly interactive workshops on The 7 Keys to audiences in corporations, non-profits and academia. The 7 Keys to Work-Life Balance has also been part of The Wharton School’s Leadership Development Workshop Series for the past five years.

Julie has a Bachelor of Arts in Economics from the University of Pennsylvania and a Master of Science in Counseling from Villanova University. She is a graduate of Corporate Coach University International’s and Coach University’s Training Programs, is a past President of the Philadelphia Area Coaches Alliance and a member of the International Coach Federation (ICF). Julie has earned the Professional Certified Coach (PCC) designation from the ICF.

Julie’s own passion and personal focus on work-life balance evolves as she integrates her roles as business owner, mother, wife, pianist, yoga student and recycling enthusiast.


Julie Cohen

Bobbi Block
7 Keys Trainer / Facilitator

Bobbi Block is an experiential coach and facilitator with a unique background in both training and the performing arts. She specializes in leadership, collaboration, relationship-building, creativity and presentation skills development. Using a variety of experiential methodologies including improvisational theater, Bobbi teaches authentic communication and employee engagement in a wide variety of organizations including American Express, Campbell Soup, IKEA and Pew Charitable Trusts.

Bobbi is an independent faculty member for The Wharton School’s Executive Education Institution. She is also an Adjunct Professor in the Theatre Department at Temple University, Drexel University, and The University of Otago in New Zealand.

Bobbi founded two small theater companies. As a small-business owner, she is no stranger to the struggle of balancing many management hats, not to mention negotiating the idiosyncrasies of actor-employees!

Bobbi has Bachelor of Arts degrees from the University of Pennsylvania in English and in Development through Creative Expression. She has a Master of Arts degree in Theatre from Villanova University, and trained with master improvisers at renowned theater centers in Chicago and NYC.

Bobbi’s work-life balance is best when she works on Key 2 – Create Boundaries, and Key 4 – Design Reasonable Expectations. A consummate list-maker, one fine day she’ll set firm enough boundaries and create reasonable enough expectations to finish her to-do list! She exercises Key 7 – Engage in Self-Care – by always making time to go to her Brazilian Drumming class.


Julie Cohen

Helen Morris
7 Keys Trainer / Facilitator

Helen Morris is a Leadership Coach, specializing in customized programs that focus on assisting her clients to clarify their goals and develop the self-awareness necessary to reach their aspirations.

Helen has almost three decades of Human Resources leadership experience in a diverse spectrum of industries ranging from banking, chemical, technology and financial and professional services. She has provided advisory services to major corporations including Aramark, Merrill Lynch, and Rhone Poulenc. In addition to her HR experience, Helen has also held positions in technology, business management and customer services.

Helen received her Coaching Certification from Columbia University and holds a Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration from Widener University. She attended the Strategic Human Resource Management Program at Harvard Business School. Helen earned a Senior Professional in Human Resources (SPHR) designation and is certified to deliver a variety of assessment tools including Emotional Competency Inventory (ECI), PDI 360º Profilor, and is Myers Briggs qualified.

As a veteran 7 Keys facilitator, Helen’s favorite key is Key 7: Engage in Self-Care. Her journey now ensures she has the energy and focus to move towards balance. She and her husband, Rick, can often be found hiking, biking and taking advantage of life in Center City Philadelphia.