024: Improve team communication and collaboration with Karen Hollenbach

Karen Hollenbach is an adviser who challenges people to think about their branding and business goals in a tailored, unique way, because values, opinions and finding your point of difference are important.

Karen chose to leave the corporate world in pursuit of new horizons where she leverages her expertise in marketing, sales and leadership development to support businesses in the alignment of people and organisational objectives.

Having worked hard to achieve her goals, Karen’s consulting practice provides tailored solutions, tools and action plans for each client she works with.

In this episode you’ll learn:

  • How Karen enables people to free themselves of their ego and embrace their authenticity
  • Why writing your eulogy is an effective way to map out your plan for life
  • Why it is important to have consistency in your internal and external messaging and communication
  • Why Karen has structured her business to provide flexibility and lifestyle

Turning Point in Business

Hiring a Social Media Manager and Personal Assistant to free Karen up so she could spend more of her time where it is most valuable – working with clients.

Links Mentioned In This Episode

Think Bespoke: helping you build your brand and tell your story so you can create more meaningful connections, conversations and conversions

Karen Hollenbach on LinkedIn

Thanks For Listening


Thanks so much for joining me for this episode. Have some feedback you’d like to share?

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Thanks, Karen, for sharing your story! Until next time!



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