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Kathleen Winsor-Games Associate for Women and Work

Kathleen Winsor-Games brings over 20 years of experience as a coach, strategist and confidential advisor to professionals and executives from start-ups to Fortune 500 companies throughout the United States.  As an innovative thinker and published author, her programs integrate powerful techniques, processes and practical tools to promote positive change and encourage dynamic workplace communication and collaboration.

Kathleen offers transformative coaching programs for individual professionals and executives:

  • Reinventing Work, designed to bring to light your unique strengths and passions, leverage emerging trends to your advantage, and help you navigate next career steps with a structured and agile action plan
  • Breakthrough Success, designed to position business owners and high-performing professionals to create the next level of breakthrough success, whether that is a promotion, growing a small business, or learning how to “manage up” in your organization

These programs bring career clarity and accelerate success, providing a win-win for both companies and individuals.

Kathleen has deep insight into corporate culture and decision-making.  She uses the lens of her “Culture Finder | Culture Minder” process which helps to profoundly impact positive culture change and align teams to the company’s mission, values, strategic plans, and financial objectives.

Kathleen is an award-winning executive search and placement consultant who has assisted companies from small businesses to Fortune 500 companies to find and retain key talent.  Her previous experiences as a recruiter have influenced the development of strategies that position her coaching clients to achieve remarkable results early in their new positions.

On a personal note, Kathleen studied modern and jazz dance for over 20 years. Her experiences as a student, performer, and teacher in dance continue to influence her mission to help clients embrace their passions and values in their work lives.

Kathleen is founder of The Winsor Group and past President of the Colorado Human Resources Association, serving on the Board of Directors from 2002 to 2008.  Currently, she serves on the Board of Directors of the Business Marketing Association of Colorado.

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What’s on Your Career “Bucket List”? Don’t Have One Yet? It’s Not Too Late to Start, Even for Baby Boomer Women

By Kathleen Winsor-GamesNABBW's Associate for Women and Work What are some meaningful accomplishments that you would like to check off your career bucket list before you retire? If you don’t have…By Kathleen Winsor-G…By Kathleen Winsor-GamesNABBW's Associate for Women and Work What are some meaningful accomplishments that you would like to check off your career bucket list before you retire? If you don’t have a career bucket list yet, now is the perfect time to set about creating one. Think back to when you started your career. What seemed important then? Are there areas you haven’t explored yet that have always been on your career wish list? Why not engage in some wish fulfillment, and transition into an area of passion and untapped strength in your next chapter? You could begin with a m…

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Staying Current in the Workplace Means We Must Prepare for the Future of Work

By Kathleen Winsor-GamesNABBW's Associate for Women and WorkThe changing nature of work and the new American workplace have been reported on frequently over the past decade. As women and Baby Boome…By Kathleen Winsor-G…By Kathleen Winsor-GamesNABBW's Associate for Women and WorkThe changing nature of work and the new American workplace have been reported on frequently over the past decade. As women and Baby Boomers, we have moved from the expectation of having one or two jobs during the course of our lifetime to an uncertain landscape that our parents would scarcely recognize. The economic and workplace shifts occurring during the decade have been cataclysmic, and many workers are still numbed by recent shockwaves as they attempt to adapt. For many Baby Boomers, retirement has been postponed and age di…

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It’s Imperative to Get Your (Career) Story Straight BEFORE You Start looking for Your Next Gig

By Kathleen Winsor-GamesNABBW's Associate for Women and WorkAre you in a hurry to find your next job or consulting gig? Perhaps you were recently laid off, or the company you worked for these past…By Kathleen Winsor-G…By Kathleen Winsor-GamesNABBW's Associate for Women and WorkAre you in a hurry to find your next job or consulting gig? Perhaps you were recently laid off, or the company you worked for these past 10 years closed its doors. After a lengthy and successful tenure, you find yourself in the position of having to tell friends and strangers about your value to future employers. As a woman who entered the job market at a time when we all expected to stay with the same company until retirement, you may be looking outside of your former employer’s doors at a startling new employment landsca…

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Four Ways to Overcome “Career Drift”

By Kathleen Winsor-GamesNABBW's Associate for Women and WorkIs your career moving forward on a path of your choosing and in a fulfilling direction? Have you begun to feel that your career is someth…By Kathleen Winsor-G…By Kathleen Winsor-GamesNABBW's Associate for Women and WorkIs your career moving forward on a path of your choosing and in a fulfilling direction? Have you begun to feel that your career is something that is happening to you, without your guidance or input? If it feels as though your career has gone into a sideways skid and you aren’t sure how to regain control, read on for sure signs of career drift and what you can do about it. For us Baby Boomer Women, career drift can happen for a number of reasons: We took time off to be full-time mothers, or worked only part-time until our c…

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