The coaching process is designed to help individuals and groups achieve specific professional or personal goals.

Coaching can help individuals and groups uncover their potential and attain their goals and vision faster. Some examples of coaching services include Leadership and Career Development, Career Transition, Retention of High Potential Employees, Personal Growth.

The Coaching Process . . .

What Coaching is …

The coaching process helps individuals and groups:

  • Identify current state and envision future possibilities
  • Identify internal mechanisms to focus on positive strategies
  • Develop, clarify and embrace their vision, goals, and actions
  • Identify and develop strategies to overcome obstacles, challenges, and implement required changes
  • Create a plan for long-term success and growth

What Coaching is not …

The coaching process does not:

  • Dwell in, or on past circumstances that did not serve the client successfully
  • Provide therapy for healing from the past
  • Provide direction, advice or solutions as a Mentor – coaches encourage self-discovery
  • Avoid constructive feedback
  • Discourage the client from challenging their perceived roadblocks, assumption and beliefs that may be hold them back
  • Provide a quick fix – it takes hard work
  • Focus only on problems to be solved
Karen Stacey, PCC is the President and Creative Learning Officer of Kreative Learning Solutions. This venture was built on her love of learning, self-discovery and commitment to personal growth and development. She is passionate about sharing her commitment to learning with others so that they can reach their highest potential. Karen Stacey’s experience over the past 30 years has focused on organizational development consulting, leadership and personal coaching; developing and facilitating training to businesses in management and leadership development, building cohesive teams, performance management, change management, customer service, sales, presentation skills, personal skills development, and training the trainer. She is an accredited Professional Certified Coach (PCC) through the International Coach Federation (ICF). Karen has worked with individuals from around the globe, and has delivered her training and coaching one-on-one, in classroom and virtual venues.