Hawker Brownlow Education

Author

Karen Anderson

Description

Karen Anderson is a professional coach and learning facilitator who is passionate about coaching educators to higher levels of performance. Karen’s clients report greater clarity, goal achievement, and improved results for staff and students. One principal reported,


“Student achievement has been impacted by our action teams and our action teams were impacted by our grade levels having serious conversations about the scope and sequence, where we are, where we want to be, and how we will get there? This was an outcome of honest conversation and four good questions that my coach helped me develop.”

Karen has been a public school educator for over 31 years. Her expertise is facilitating groups focused on working collaboratively to solve problems and improve processes and delivery systems. She is a national trainer and currently serves as an adjunct faculty member at Texas A & M University-Commerce. From 1996-2004, she served as the Executive Director of the Texas Staff Development Council and was recognized as the recipient of their Lifetime Achievement Award.


Karen is a founding member of Coaching for Results, Inc. (CFR) and is currently responsible for the Teaching and Learning Division. Her responsibilities include the design, development, and delivery of internal and external professional learning experiences that provide on-going growth for CFR coaches and those desiring to become coaches. She also serves as a CFR trainer, facilitator for coaching labs, and mentor for those developing their coaching skills.


Karen completed Dave Ellis’ life coach training from Falling Awake, is an active member of the International Coaching Federation (ICF), and holds certification as a Professional Certified Coach (PCC). She is also a member of the North Texas – ICF Chapter. Karen has authored numerous articles including “Coaching for High Performance” and “Leadership Coaching for Principals.” Her dream is for every educator to have a coach.