Meet The Team
All About Lauren
Dr. Lauren Borden, PCC, MA, PhD is a leadership and empowerment coach who specializes in the emotional and spiritual aspects growth. Her signature style blends deep spiritual and healing aspects of coaching with application-based approaches, making her a vital asset to the Christianne & Co. coaching team.
The bridge between the spiritual and the practical are a theme throughout Lauren's work. As a PhD in Industrial-Organizational psychology, she has deep subject-matter expertise in research-based principles to support leaders and teams in reaching the next level; and as a meditation and intuition teacher, she supports her clients in doing the deep work to create lasting transformation, empowerment, and impact. With 10+ years of experience in leadership development, she has a track record of success in supporting mission-driven leaders in tapping into the wisdom of their emotions, intuition, and authentic leadership styles to create cultural shifts, deeper impact, and greater fulfillment.
Lauren specializes in corporate mindfulness, executive assessment, and creating inclusive and psychologically safe cultures through feedback, emotional awareness, and relationships. She has had the privilege of coaching and training professionals within Fortune 10 companies across technology, retail, medical, and finance industries to help them use organizational psychology to develop strategy and strengthen their workforce. Additionally, she is a coach trainer and teacher who specializes in teaching up-and-coming coaches early in their career. She is a member of the International Coaching Federation, and Society for Organizational Psychology, and she holds certifications in ontological coaching, Korn Ferry's leadership assessments (KFALP, viaEDGE, and Leadership Architect), and Human Design, and has been trained in Internal Family Systems.
Lauren has authored numerous publications and conference presentations exploring leadership development, humility, mindfulness and meditation, feedback, and burnout, including articles and chapters in The Journal of Business Psychology, Teaching Psychology, The Oxford Handbook of Justice in the Workplace, and The Handbook of Industrial, Work and Organizational Psychology.