Kim Kristenson Lee
Kim Kristenson Lee is an expert in leadership coaching, people development and change management, emphasizing application, practice, feedback, and more practice…not just theory and concepts. She has helped others create positive change—for themselves, for teams, and for their organizations. Be the next success story!
Kim is trained to help you create the outcomes you want. She’ll help you move past areas where things can break down or get stuck. A credentialed leadership coach and team convenor, Kim formed Labyrinth Leadership Group, LLC in 2017. Labyrinth is a for-cause organization dedicated to improving the applied practice of leadership. Kim brings the perspective of a twenty-five-year career in people management and leadership at Chevron, prior to founding Labyrinth.
Committed to bringing the most innovative coaching, development and change strategies to her clients, she is maintains an active membership in the International Coaching Federation (ICF), and serves on the board of the ICF Sacramento Charter Chapter of the International Coaching Federation (Director, Program Development). Kim is faculty on Whole Person Leadership for Women (via Center for Purposeful Leadership) and Integral Leadership (via Integral Transformative Practices International).
Kim earned a bachelor’s degree in organizational psychology from San Jose State University, a master’s degree in industrial relations from University of Minnesota, Minneapolis-St. Paul, and completed advanced management training at INSEAD in Fontainebleau, France. She is an ICF Associate Certified Coach (ACC), Certified Convening Leader (CCL), certified to administer, and interpret the Hogan Leadership Assessment, and certified to administer the 16 Personality Factor Assessment. She has managed executive level succession planning, institutionalized leadership coaching processes, led organization redesigns, and managed strategic planning processes.
Kim partners with the following organizations:
- Sacramento International Coaching Federation (ICF) Charter Chapter as Program Development Director
- Center for Purposeful Leadership as faculty and extended team member
- Integral Transformative Practices International (ITPI) as faculty and Mastery teacher.
Dr. Keith Owen
Dr. Owen brings a unique view to the subject of leadership coaching and development by using his training in behavior genetics, physiology and endocrinology, personality and clinical psychology, and neuropsychology, research and quantitative methods, and organizational development.
Dr. Owen is committed to facilitating change in clients using the latest research-based knowledge and skills. He been doing organizational research and consulting for over 30 years. His focus areas include research design and implementation, change management and organizational development, using research as a catalyst for driving change. He has worked with a broad range of clients: 3M, Advanced Micro Devices, Accenture, Chevron, OMV, Pitney Bowes, Dell Computer, IBM, International Sematech, Lam Research, Lucent Technologies, Monsanto, Motorola, National Institute of Standards and Technology, Samsung, Telestra, Fortesque Mining, Woodside, Australia.
Dr. Owen served as Dean of the Department of Social and Behavioral Sciences at Austin Community College in Austin Texas. He has co-authored nine books related to performance and change, including: Developing and Managing Open Organizations, Change at Work, Groups at Work, Developing the High-Performance Person, Developing and Managing the High-Performance Organization, The DNA of Coaching: Cracking the Code to Developing Your People, Iron Has Memory, Rocks Breathe, Crystals Lear: A Guide to Creating the High-Performance Culture. He has published over 50 papers in refereed journals and other professional publications.