Woods Consulting Services (WCS)

Karen is a trained Counsellor and Community Developer, with close to 25 years of experience working and supporting Human Services in the Nonprofit and Small Business sectors.Passionate about Development, Evaluation and Design, she is fueled by her beliefs that innovation and change happens when we connect to share and learn with purpose. She is actively engaged in her own learning with Graduate studies in Sustainable Community Development at Royal Roads University with a focus on Communities, Leadership and Change Management. She looks forward to working with you and supporting your needs in the near future.

WCS provide accessible, high quality Development, Evaluation and Design services –

  • Peer Coaching Circles
  • Leadership Essential Skills & Attributes Coaching
  • DISC Individual and Team Behavioural Assessments
  • Organizational Culture & Change Leadership
  • Effective Network & Collaboration
  • Evaluation and Design Tools and Analysis

613-277-6438

Follow me on twitter @woolseynarrows or email: wcsleadershipnet@outlook.com

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5 thoughts on “Woods Consulting Services (WCS)

  1. I enjoyed the last leadership coaching I attended I feel like an incomplete project i still have more work to do on myself 🙂

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    1. Hi Deanna, thanks for sharing your personal reflections…I think many of us would share your sentiment of “incompleteness”. Learning and growing is never a destination but more so a continuous state of change-child development is easily observed externally (physical size, interactions etc.), where as adult development is mainly an internal evolution of mind. Reflecting and questioning our leadership is all part of the journey. I am in the process of posting the 2016 Leadership Labs on Eventbrite. Maybe you will see something of interest. K

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  2. Thanks for the follow at naturetsimeline, much appreciated.

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    1. Hi Tony, Nice to connect and thanks for the like. I’m afraid I don’t know much about Ornithology however in a strange and slightly related twist, I recently read an interesting blog by Tim Kastelle on the importance of learning in which he used his love of birding to drive the message home. You might enjoy it simply for the message— http://timkastelle.org/blog/2016/02/tools-skills-innovation-requires-learning/ Cheers, Karen

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      1. I shall take a look at the aforementioned link, Thanks.

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