Leadership coaching and tools for VPs and CEOs
You’re nearing the final chapter of your career story—the professional path you’ve traveled throughout your working years. You’ve gathered many experiences along the way and now you’re thinking about the legacy you’ll leave behind when you retire.
You have so many great ideas to implement but you’re also feeling the effects of burnout creeping in.
How do you accomplish all of those big things you dream of while staying healthy and present for everyone who needs you?
It’s not as hard as you think.
This is your career story so you get to write the ending you desire.
I can help.
“Shortly after becoming CEO I hired Karen Kelloway as my CEO coach. By month three we had structured a Development Plan that was fully endorsed by my Board. After six months the Board stated that what I achieved due to my Coaching Plan was beyond their expectations.”
Ian MacNeil, retired CEO of League Data Ltd
“Working with Karen, I now have an actionable plan to build on the strengths of the team as a whole as well as individual skillsets to continue to grow my business in a way that best serves each other, our clients and aligns with our vision.”
Robyn McIsaac, Owner, PR Hive Inc.
"Karen’s leadership coaching allowed me to accelerate the performance curve of my new role. I found her guidance during the onboarding process an invaluable tool as I negotiated the many complexities of public sector leadership.”
Wendy Griffin, VP People and Change, Workers' Compensation Board of NS
My name is Karen Kelloway and I’m the founder and CEO of Career Story Project.
For two decades I’ve been working with visionary executives in both the public and private sectors. Through the years, I’ve learned that the more clear, concise, and compelling a career story is, the greater the chances of success. My clients achieve breakthrough results, high employee engagement scores ...even standing ovations.
Fit is really important in a coaching relationship. Over the years, I’ve found I work best with VPs and CEOs who want to be more present for their families and their teams.
My clients feel a lot of pressure around trying to balance work life and personal life and this gets more intense as kids get older and retirement draws nearer.