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Kristin has made a huge impact on my Credit Union and on my own leadership capabilities. She consulted with my management team on many projects including: strategic planning, employee engagement, forward-looking reviews, performance based goal setting, improved recruiting and hiring process, general HR policies and procedures, assessments, and many 1-on-1 coaching sessions with myself and my team. She will make your organization more focused and efficient and will challenge and improve your leadership skills. I strongly recommend working with Kris!
I met Kris at a professional women’s program, at which I was the speaker. After a short introduction that evening, I was intrigued by what she offered with Axiogenics, and contacted her to continue our conversation. I found Kris to be a passionate and knowledgeable resource for anyone wanting to really get to the bottom of their thinking. Her coaching process with the VQ Profile Jump Start Report was clear and insightful and gave me takeaways that I could immediately use. I found the investment to be of great value.
Over the past two years, Kristin has helped me become more mindful and practiced in value-based thinking. I am better able to pause within the busy hum of every day and think critically about what is most important; and, then, focus my attention and energy on those things that add the most value. I feel more aligned with who I want to be in my career and life. Kris’s thoughtful approach, well-written materials, and collegial coaching helped me learn how to approach challenging situations more effectively, a new skill that will carry me through life. Thank you, Kris!
Kristin lives in Grand Rapids, MI with her husband (of 30+ years), and two sons, who remind her often that there really is more than one way to do things, and sometimes “B’s” really are good enough.