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078 Karen Davis

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A Coaching Life Revisited: Relentless Love

In this 3rd episode of the Coaching Life Revisited series, Karen Davis looks back at her coaching life since her first appearance on the podcast in episode 002, October 2016.

With a grounded presence and deep love for the coaching profession, Karen shares her devotion for ceaseless learning, growth and impacting her clients’ lives.

Phil and Karen explore:

* Continuous development & passionate service
* Karen’s experiences attending Steve Chandler’s ACS 9 times
* Clients becoming dear friends & the social vs professional distinction
* Karen’s forthcoming book and other future creations
* Ever more impact from a deep love for your clients
* Building a successful practice from understanding, curiosity and generosity.

Here’s a little more about Karen:

After 25 years in leadership roles in the business-to-business technology and services space, Karen changed her life by serving and guiding the transformation of others. She became a Professionally Certified Coach (PCC) through the International Coaching Federation and she’s been coaching, consulting and facilitating leadership workshops for organizations such as Pfizer, Cisco Systems, Hewlett Packard, as well as many other small businesses since 2008.

Today, her practice focuses on one-on-one deep coaching with high-performing executives, entrepreneurs, and executive coaches who are committed to their success, ready to uncover their hidden potential and make their own unique difference in the world.

Karen is the co-author of two books, Unconventional Wisdom: Stories Beyond the Mind to Awaken the Heart and a book on coaching, When All Boat Rise: 12 Coaches on Service as the Heart of a Thriving Practice. Her forthcoming book, How to Be a Great Coaching Client, will be co-authored with Alex Mill.

Karen loves to travel, study people and learn about other cultures. You will often find her coaching her clients at her studio on an urban farm or on a walk out in nature. Best of all, Karen has two fascinating adult children, Dustin and Alexa, a wonderful life partner, Alex Mill and an office dog, Jax—all of whom serve as her inspiration each and every day!

You can find out more about Karen at or through email at
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