Professional Certified Coach
Katherine Bock is a self-described “recovering attorney” and career coach who helps professionals create more success, balance and meaning in their lives. She’s supported over 1,000 professionals to find or create more fulfilling work, first as an outplacement consultant and for the last four years as owner of KBock Consulting. Katherine has worked with all levels ranging from individual performers to C-level executives in diverse industries ranging from financial services, manufacturing, high tech, telecommunications, travel, transportation, non-profit and retail. Her clients are from accounting, finance, IT, sales and marketing, management, human resources, legal and customer service disciplines.
Katherine’s expertise and insight into people and organizations are grounded in her hands-on business experience that includes trust banking, corporate law, and career transition consulting at the executive level. She has functioned as a turnaround leader with P&L accountability at the C-level and has a reputation as someone who energized and built high performing teams that delivered results. She has led transformational culture changes so she knows what works and what doesn’t work “in the trenches”. She offers both private and group coaching to highly motivated individuals who want to reach their goals faster and with less effort.
She earned her Graduate Certificate in Executive and Professional Coaching from the University of Texas at Dallas in 2006 and holds the Professional Certified Coach designation from the ICF. She holds certifications in various assessments and team building tools including the Birkman, Winslow Reports and is a certified Core Clarity In-Powering Teams consultant.
As part of her volunteer activities, she teaches a job search workshop to the Dallas Christian Women Job Corps and has taught a highly regarded career management course to EMBA students at the University of Texas at Dallas. She leads “Get Out of Your Own Way” spa and beach retreats for women that have been described as “life changing” by attendees. She’s a 2001 graduate of Leadership Texas.
Katherine’s motivation in going to law school was to get involved in politics to help make the world a better place and she believes that what she does now helps to make the world a better place–it’s just one person at a time!