I CREATE INCREASED LIFE AND BUSINESS PERFORMANCE.
Hi, I’m Kimberly. I’m a human behavior and performance expert with almost two decades of experience coaching leaders, especially in STEM industries, through major growth and change processes. With a proven track record, I’ve coached clients from many well-known corporations including Cisco, Amazon, Oracle, Google, Twitter, Varian, Best Buy, and Boeing; entrepreneurial initiatives; national and state agencies; local and regional municipalities; colleges and universities; and the highest levels of the medical and legal sectors.
I’m also a born teacher, a high-level trainer, and the producer and designer of internationally recognized learning and training initiatives. My personal journey includes more than twenty years of intensive in-person training with indigenous leaders in North, Central, and South America. I’m also delighted to have worked on big projects for organizations you’ve heard of before, including the Federal Emergency Management Agency, the United States Peace Corps, and the Minnesota Department of Corrections.
With 3500+ hours of leadership, talent, and executive coaching and development as well as graduate study in leadership, organizational development, and mind-body medicine, I’m able to deliver competency-based leadership and performance support to professionals seeking to maximize their results in corporate, non-profit, and entrepreneurial environments.
The secret to my client’s success? I offer a unique combination of skills rarely seen in one person. As a young woman, I was both a regional math team competitor and the lead oboist for the Twin Cities Youth Symphony. As an adult, I bring both left- and right-brain expertise to my clients. My work is appropriate for both men and women.
I often say that my goal is not to change your mind or your habits. I want to help you find a new depth of understanding about yourself because your self-awareness drives all your results. Using this approach, I’ve proven my ability to help my clients eliminate their blind spots so they could become the leaders they were meant to be.