Keith Krasny

Advisor & Coach


Keith brings vast global experience coaching C-suite executives, partners and teams across many industries, with a particular focus on professional services, retail and technology companies.

Keith’s extensive experience coaching individuals and executive teams brings to his clients years of deep insight, commercial acumen and a strategic approach to the challenges that they face. In addition to his coaching practice, as a faculty member at Meyler Campbell, Keith trains and supervises top-flight executive coaches on mastery of a vast array of leadership tools and approaches. Keith coaches in both English and French.

The strategic and commercial experience that makes Keith’s coaching approach so successful is built on the foundation of his own leadership journey as European General Counsel for Expedia and UK General Counsel for AOL & the Huffington Post UK. As a cutting-edge technology lawyer during the emergence of the Internet as a disrupter of traditional business models, he has a wealth of experience leading teams through uncertainty, forging new processes and approaches, and motivating and mobilising those around him to drive positive outcomes even in the face of daunting unpredictability.

Keith’s clients include C-suite executives from a wide range of sectors including technology, media, software, art, insurance, banking, shipping and retail, as well as Managing and Senior Partners of global Professional Services firms.

Keith has worked, lived and taught in France, Taiwan, the US and the UK. He brings a deep understanding of and sensitivity to the challenges and opportunities of working in geographically and culturally diverse environments.



‘Keith is very smart, engaging, pragmatic and business savvy. On top of his sharp intellect, he has an incredible amount of emotional intelligence, which is welcomed (and needed) in any environment.’

CEO & Founder, Legal Solutions Company

‘“I’ve worked with a number of coaches over the years but what’s different with Keith is his ability to draw on an unusually wide range of personal experiences, ideas, interests and cultural influences to challenge your thinking. To open up your mind to new, more imaginative and expansive possibilities.”

CEO, Global Accounting, Audit and Consulting Firm