Change is Challenging
Change is Stressful
Diminish the Stress
As your Change Mentor, I can help you manage the challenge of change. We’ll discuss the logical, mental, emotional, and practical aspects of making successful choices in order to accomplish a successful change. We’ll create a plan to manage change to YOUR benefit!
I can help you with:
Your Change Mentor’s Qualifications:How can I do this? I have an M.B.A. focused on strategic planning. More importantly, I’ve lived a life FULL of change. In fact, I’ve written about it. My book, Now What Do I Do? and my S.W.O.T. Analysis for Change© were created to help finalize your decisions and plan. I don’t have all the answers, but I can help you find the answers that are right for you.
No matter what change you are facing, you can learn to manage it to best meet YOUR needs.
“Thank you for putting this session together. Love your passion, enthusiasm and enjoy listening to your perspective. Your homework, questions are making me think, reflect- always a good thing.”
“The sessions are forcing me to not only think about change in a more positive way, but to identify and take action to better transition through the change.”
“The 30-minute sessions are great—they are brief, force us to stay on task, and are not as overwhelming as what a longer session might be.”
“Thank you again for the class - lots of valuable information! I am continuing to work on my homework, since outlining ALL of my Tasks is part of the current "rolling" to-do list.”
“Thank you for leading us on the change journey. I’m looking forward to spending some more time on my homework. Our adventure was short, you gave us tools, and shared your wisdom.”
“This gave me lots to think about!”
“Thank you so much again for the wonderful seminar series! I've finished all of my "homework" and I feel like I've got a good map/game plan for moving forward with my goals.”
“This workshop created a space for me to actively seek out changes and yielded tools to accept and conquer those changes. Karen creates a safe space for you to explore the ideas she teaches, and the workshop members were generous and helpful.”
If you want to start tackling this on your own, here are some tools you may find useful:
Work through Now What Do I Do? to learn about influences on your attitude and on the options you consider. Take advantage of the thought-provoking questions and tools for making good decisions. Use the suggested tools to guide you through the decision-making process.