This month’s CFAR Spotlight features Megan Laufman, Director of CFAR’s Coaching Practice. Megan is an experienced coach with broad experience working with individuals across various levels, industries, and functions. She brings strategic thinking, curiosity, empathy, and warmth to guide clients in recognizing patterns and ultimately helping them lead more confidently.

How long have you been with CFAR?
5+ years as a coach with CFAR and 6 months as the Director of the Coaching Practice.

What do you enjoy most about your role? Playing a part in helping individuals and organizations thrive and become their best selves.

What are three words you would use to describe CFAR?
Thoughtful, Collaborative, Purposeful.

In five words or less, what advice would you give to others in your profession?
Stay curious and open-minded.

What is your current favorite book or podcast?
My current favorite podcast is “How I Built This” with Guy Raz.

What are your three “go-to” publications to read?
The Wall Street Journal, Time Magazine, and the LA Times.

If you could gain a new skill in 10 minutes, what would it be?
Expert-level home and office organization skills.

How do you define success?
Success is leaving a positive imprint on the people and things that you touch, achieving a sense of contentment along the way while achieving that which you feel called to do in your life. 

What inspires you?
Humanity at its best.