Understanding how to implement change is a core competency for any person, team or organization striving to be successful today. Yet, for most implementing, and ultimately sustaining, change seems to be one of the most difficult undertakings. Most people get change wrong. And they get stuck in patterns of thinking and behaving that seem to produce the opposite results of what they initially intended. Kathy’s unique understanding of the change process, and what it takes to successfully create and sustain change, allows her to diagnose with unique clarity the challenges surrounding your change effort and design a tailored solution to move you successfully into the future.
Kathy is a speaker, author, coach and Change Strategist in the Washington, DC area. A former collegiate and professional basketball player and coach, for over ten years Kathy has worked with clients ranging from government agencies to higher-learning institutions such as The Securities and Exchange Commission, the FDA-FSIS and Vanderbilt University, to Fortune 100 and 500 companies such as Morgan Stanley Smith Barney, Aerotek (The Allegis Group), and the McGraw-Hill Companies sharing her unique combination of on-court experience and off-court knowledge, speaking, coaching, consulting and delivering training and development solutions that have transformed the way people lead change in their personal and workplace environments. Kathy’s basketball playing and coaching background compels her to challenge her clients to step outside of their comfort zones and reach their highest potential.
Kathy received her B.A. Communications from the University of North Carolina @ Chapel Hill, and her Graduate Certificate in Leadership Coaching and M.A. in Organizational Management from The George Washington University.