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Fast Tracks Insight Interview
Karen Kimsey-House

Coaching at Work: Coaching for Results, Success and Fulfillment

An interview with Karen Kimsey-House

How managers can coach best, and how to find a coach for ourselves

"Coaching supports anyone at any level of an organization to solve their own problems with creativity, plus those of their organization, and, ultimately, those of their country and the global economy."

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Karen Kimsey-House, CPCC, MCC, was the founder and former director of the San Francisco Learning Annex, creating learning opportunities for adults in a wide variety of interests. If there is a theme that runs through Karen's career life it is a burning desire to help people live and love life to the fullest. She began coaching people to excel in their lives in the late 1980's and as co-founder of The Coaches Training Institute has been instrumental in the growth and development of Co-Active Coaching as a powerful force in the world. Karen is also a founder and an ongoing designer of the Co-Active Leadership Program, and a program leader. In addition, she is a frequent presenter at the annual International Coach Federation conference and is recognized as one of the profession's leading coaches.

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