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Leadership Trainer | Keynote Speaker | Executive Coach | Author


Our Mission

To empower 40,000 managers to effectively support 500,000 grieving employees, fostering resilience and well-being and boosting productivity by 2036. Join our mission to transform workplace dynamics.

Death Destroys Teams

An employee's death can devastate a team, costing millions in lost productivity, engagement, and innovation. Yet organizations often do little beyond deploying their EAP, leaving team leaders to "figure out" how to

support their grieving teams.

That is no longer enough.

In today's competitive landscape, the "figure it out" approach no longer cuts it. Organizations need to provide

their leaders with substantial support in dealing with the challenges of death.

To thrive, organizations must cultivate leaders whose skill set includes resilience building

and an ability to balance empathy AND productivity.

Death is tough, but it's also an opportunity. It's a chance for organizations to develop a new breed of courageous leaders - leaders who can face difficult situations while fostering resilient, collaborative teams that balance

empathy with productivity.

Grief at work is not something to figure out. It’s something to thrive through.

Learn how the LEAP Leadership method can help your organization transcend the challenges of death and build resilient, courageous leaders who can give your organization a competitive edge.

Our Interactive Leading Through Loss Programs

Click here to work with Kim today.

Doing nothing is no longer an option.

Watch Kim In Action

Two Popular Topics Include

Workplace Wellness: Life, Loss, and Keeping It Together

Your employees will delve into the strategies they need to promote emotional well-being and resilience for each other. They will learn how individuals at all levels can support grieving colleagues, no matter the cause. And how to do it without feeling uncomfortable or compromising their professional responsibilities.

Leading with Compassion: Navigating Death in the Workforce (For leaders)

Leaders need support when it comes to the emotional well-being of their teams and themselves. This talk dives into the role of leaders in addressing the inevitable topic of death within the workplace and discovering how to cultivate empathy while maintaining productivity.

It started after he died, sort of.

"If you need anything, let me know." It was the phrase people kept saying to us after my husband was diagnosed with cancer. But I quickly discovered, it was the least helpful phrase anyone can utter! We were

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Check out Kim's Book

This book answers the worrying question we all have...

100 Acts of Love: A Girlfriend's Guide to Loving Your Friend Through Cancer or Loss.

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"What do I say? What can I do? "

Kim highlights 100 different, unique, and simple ways you can impact your colleague, employee, friend, or family going through "it." Use it as a step-by-step guide or to get your creative support juices flowing.  Either way, this easy-to-read life guide will be your go-to for years to come if you want to make a meaningful impact during a difficult time.

What others have to say. 

“What a down-to-earth, inspiring, practical guide to supporting someone through end of life and grief or cancer. Thank you, Kim!" Fredda Wasserman, MA, MPH, LMFT, CT, Clinical Director of Adult Programs and Education, Our House Grief Support.”

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