“Success is continuously improving who you are, how you live, how you serve, and how you relate.”
– Benjamin P. Hardy
“Success is continuously improving who you are, how you live, how you serve, and how you relate.” – Benjamin P. Hardy
I work with business leaders, executives, organizations, HR departments, core teams, and private individuals, to bring about positive changes on a professional and personal level. I delight in seeing others gain insight and reach their potential!
My name is Karen Darrin. I work with business leaders, executives, organizations, core teams, HR departments and private individuals, to bring about positive changes on a professional and personal level. I delight in seeing others gain insight and reach their potential!
- 30+ years of human resources executive leadership in organizations such as: Intuit, Sony PlayStation, and The Thomson Corporation
- Masters in Organizational Leadership
- Multiple professional coaching certifications including: Fielding Graduate University, Center for Creative Leadership, and Martha Beck, Inc.
A Few Examples of Client Outcomes:
Navigated job loss impact and successfully landed a new CMO job, better suited to his interests
Fine tuned stalled job search which lead to renewed enthusiasm and two serious job offers
Analyzed current role’s fit and, subsequently, decided to look for (and found) a better role with new company
Worked with individual to accept his company’s reorganization and his new role therein
Sales Senior Manager
Processed and improved teamwork skills based on 360 feedback
Creative mentoring to pursue the dream of a new career in real estate
Encouraged and brainstormed to find a new role with a dream company
Went from not working the previous 3 years to finding a great fit with a small company
Created a new role with an art museum of Community Education Liaison working with the city’s school system
Built self-confidence and developed communication skills to ask for a raise. Success!
Consulted with her on how to befriend her fear of public speaking, especially to executives
Fear kept him stuck in a dead-end job – Mentoring brought the courage to find a job in a new industry
Consulted regarding employee relations challenges
Developed the initiative to transition from employee to freelance writer business
Senior QA Analyst
Up-leveled her interviewing presence, confidence and communication skills
Conducted 360 feedback, successfully worked through development plan objectives