About: Harriet L. Cohen is the founder of TRAINING SOLUTIONS, a consulting firm that provides expert resources for organizations and individuals to achieve their goals, improve customer satisfaction, develop staff on all levels, guide strategic/business planning, address legal and compliance regulations, identify target markets, and positively impact both retention and recruitment.
Harriet has firsthand knowledge of business strategies and procedures, offering both practical and theoretical information needed to excel in today’s marketplace. She is a continuous learner, staying abreast of innovative methods to enable clients to achieve their goals. She is involved with the start-up community, HUB 101, serving as a mentor and a business advisor for Thrive Women’s Economic Ventures (WEV) finding inventive methods to grow businesses and be sustainable.
Along with being a contributor to “Know” and “Sue” (paralegal and litigation magazines), and the “Pacific Coast Business Times”, Harriet has been interviewed and quoted in INC., Ventura Star and published articles in the Pfeiffer Journals. 2009-2012 she was nominated for “Women Who Make a Difference” through the Los Angeles Business Journal. She has spoken at national and international events.
The Association for Talent Development Los Angeles Chapter recognized her for her contribution to the field of Talent Management and commended her for her leadership.
She is an instructor in Management, and Human Resource Development at the University of California Los Angeles.
Harriet’s joy over the last 20 years, is knowing she has helped clients exceed expectations.
Specialties: Harriet believes that business success is achieved by addressing the key foundation tools at every stage; business/strategic and marketing plans, target marketing, and talent management. Too often people, especially professionals know their craft but don’t know how to run a business, she helps them change that and become more successful.
Quote: “If you have built castles in the air, your work need not be lost; that is where they should be. Now put foundations under them.” - Henry David Thoreau