Life Coach Dr. Karah Maloley - Wolcott, CO, United States

Coach Dr. Karah Maloley

Wolcott  ·  Colorado
Relationships Coaching  ·  Family Coaching  ·  Career Coaching  ·  Business Coaching  ·  Communication Coaching

Leadership Coaching Relationships and Connections Customer Service Systems Management

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About Coach Dr. Karah Maloley

Thank you for checking out my profile! Let me provide you some key points about me. I earned her Masters in Counseling from Fort Hays University and her Doctorate of Management in Organizational Leadership from the University of Phoenix. My first career was working as a family therapist working. I was able to discuss family dynamics and communication styles. Then I became an Executive Director understanding my desire to lead a team and to create an organizational culture. Currently, I work closely with the Vail Centres Roundtable members, leading monthly executive learning sessions and annual retreats. In our retreats, we focus on purpose statements and how to get to their "next level." I provide leadership workshops for governments and other local firms. I have helped design organizational culture through relations with clients and employee development. I reside in mountains of Colorado and love being a mother.


Established two start-up businesses. Responsible for client relations, networking, hiring and human resources, training personnel, and business systems. In one business, I directed operations of the Knowledge Team to include creating intellectual capital, coordinating mentor certification program, matching mentors and mentees, management of web tool knowledge repositories and creating web tool requirements. Have knowledge about emotional intelligence and how to utilize it in your lifestyle.

Licenses & Certifications

Doctorate of Management in Organizational Leadership University of Phoenix, August 2009 Dissertation: Humor and Leadership Skills Learned at Toastmasters International as Employee Motivators: Multiple Case Study

Coaching Rates

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Client Reviews for Dr. Karah Maloley

Karah facilitated leadership training for my staff in two different organizations over the last four years. She facilitated two different sessions for fire officers in Vail, and two different sessions for executive staff and fire officers in Loveland, Co. The leadership training centered around development of, and understanding of, our personal core values, strengths, calling in life, and understanding and developing a purpose statement that incorporates all the aforementioned aspects. Karah has amazing insight in regards to leadership development, what drives leaders, and what it takes to live to your full potential as a leader and human being. She incorporates humor, as well as a depth and breadth of experience, including her own personnel leadership journey and challenges she has faced that have shaped her character. Karah is approachable, relatable, an encourager, mentor, and facilitates large or small groups with confidence and ease. My staff/employees loved Karah and we look forward to doing more leadership development with her in the future. I highly recommend Karah for leadership development, whether it be for you or your employees!
― Mark M.
Karah has an extensive knowledge of management and leadership principles. As a team leader she conveys practical and applicable information that I have been able to put into use in my role as a leader. Her interpretation of management and leadership issues is always insightful and her ideas are thought provoking. She is very adept at connecting to each individual she works with on a personal level.
― Linda T.
Karah is one of the most accomplished facilitators I have ever met. We have worked together over several years guiding numerous small groups through leadership development retreats. The results were always heart-warming. Her compassion combined with an innate sense of wisdom allows her to guide conversations in such a way that people really open up to her. And she has a wonderful sense of humor. People love Karah.
― John HK
We strive to become better, more effective leaders. In doing so, we pore over the latest books, sit through empowerment seminars and travel vast recesses of the internet, hoping to find the wisdom, confidence and sparks of vision we’ve come to believe constitute the hallmarks of good leadership. All well and good; but amid this frenetic search we sometimes lose our way, forgetting that the journey toward authentic and meaningful leadership must also take us inward; quietly yet ever so persistently, we must do the work to discover who we are as a person before we truly can learn whom we might be as a leader. Lovingly, expertly, and on many occasions, Karah has coached others along this path of self-discovery. Many a skeptic has voiced apprehension over engaging in such personal focus. But then, and only because of Karah’s deft hand as a coach and, most importantly, genuine desire to be your friend, they have quickly realized the puissance of their own leadership potential, which they could have found through no other way than by braving self-intimacy.
― Karl B.
As a participant of a Leadership Roundtable under Karah’s guidance, I have gained confidence and courage and am able to recognize and continually improve my contributions to my family, workplace, and community. I am able to evaluate what is truly important to me as a well-rounded individual and overlay my values, goals and ideals in my actions.
― Kelley C.

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