Kimberley Hare is Managing Director of Kaizen Training Limited, a consulting firm she co-founded 27 years ago. She draws from a variety of approaches, and works now exclusively from a Three Principles perspective. She is also an expert in the Neuroscience of Leadership, Engagement and Culture Change, Positive Psychology, Social Psychology and Influencing, NLP, and Brain-Friendly Learning. She is a regular keynote speaker at conferences all over the world, and has published numerous articles on learning, leadership and organisational change. Kimberley is a CpF (Certified Professional Facilitator) certified by the International Association of Facilitators. She is the author of two best-selling books about the brain and learning.
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Kimberly has always had a need to make a difference, it seemed to be a theme in her life that she believed could have stemmed from her mother and grandfather who were very inspiring teachers to Kim.
Prior to having her company called Kaizen, Kim worked in a learning and developing role and had a lot of access to approaches and ideas, NLP, EFT, development and more.
Personally Kim realized she has always been motivated by freedom and flexibility, so when it came to making the decision to leave her job to start her own practice, there was no fear because it made complete sense to her.
Kim talks about how her company and clients have changed her life in a positive way.
Kim has grown in the sense where she went through realizations that she doesn’t need to control or manage what is happening on the outside.
She admits she never did have control it was only an illusion. Kim came to realize it wasn’t control that she needed, it was her influence that makes the difference.
Commercially Kim doesn’t want to grow her business forward. The freedom and flexibility, traveling and donating her time to causes she loves, continuing with her workshops and one on one client’s fulfills her. But from past experience from growing her business she gives this advice.
Finding clients that are a good fit for you is crucial. Kimberly says it is not a good reason to change your prices if they are not happy with your prices then you haven’t done a good job showing the value of your services.
“It’s just been what I have always done.”
“I was thinking about this the other day, I have invested in myself hugely.”
“I don’t know, colors are brighter, food tastes better, I find myself falling in love with everybody, it feels like I was kind of half asleep before.”
“It is an illusion created by insecure thinking.”
“Find out what works for you, let that become part of your brand, so that you attract more clients that you will enjoy working with.”
“Tell the truth to clients even when it feels risky to do so, in fact probably especially when it feels risky to do so.”