Karen Macphee is an accredited coach and NLP Practitioner coupled with more than 15 years’ experience in senior executive recruitment and selection. Karen takes a creative, energetic and positive approach to client coaching relationships. Underpinning her coaching mindset is a belief in human potential – a fundamental ingredient for driving personal performance and impacting positively on business results.
As a business coach, Karen has worked with a wide range of clients from diverse sectors. This includes the professional services and professional sport. Her personal motivation comes from empowering her clients to achieve their goals and experience what she describes as ‘light bulb’ moments.
Business coaching helps you identify and overcome barriers to success by focusing on issues such as time management, communication, team working and efficiency.
Personal coaching is designed to equip you with the skills you need to develop your career and maximise your potential by addressing areas such as self-confidence, performance, motivation and professionalism.
Interview preparation helps you prepare for, and succeed in, that vital interview which can propel you along your chosen career path. Sessions can focus on areas such as CV writing, covering letter preparation and winning interview techniques.
“KMC Coaching helped me regain total control over my work and personal motivation. As a direct result of Karen’s coaching I am now focused and highly motivated to return to the level of success I had before. I would have no hesitation in recommending Karen, as for me the results speak louder than words.”
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