We all do it. Even if we don’t admit it—we all talk to ourselves. Most times there are all of...Read More
Keisha A Rivers M.Ed.
As Chief Outcome Facilitator and President of The KARS Group LTD, Keisha A Rivers has over 14 years of experience in the strategic consulting and organizational development space assisting clients to achieve desired outcomes through development of leadership, diversity, inclusion and learning communities. Her background includes experiences as: private foundation executive director; minor league soccer franchise general manager; curriculum and program development chair; strategic development consultant; assessment and evaluation coordinator; professional development chair; leadership and development facilitator as well as various committees for private sector, nonprofit and educational projects. She is the host of a weekly podcast, "Mindset 2 Mastery"--which provides strategies, insights, best practices and information to listeners in helping them to achieve the success that they desire both personally and professsionally. Keisha holds a BA in Elementary Education from University of Pennsylvania and a MA in Curriculum & Instruction from University of New Orleans with a concentration in Leadership & Development. She gives back to the community through her nonprofit organization, The KARS Institute, which provides opportunities for collaboration, training and development to new and emerging community and nonprofit organizations and entrepreneurs.
I've always been an avid reader and an active life-long learner. Growing up, I've had an active imagination that has fueled my ability to connect with the world around me and create opportunities for learning and growth. So by default, I believe that we learn best by relating to things and building connections. This is accomplished by telling stories and providing an opportunity for you to visualize what's being said in such a way that allows you to form connections to the information so that you can use it in ways that will support your growth. My writing style is more conversational because I want you to feel as if you know me and can trust what I'm saying. It's my goal not to just convey information (which is static), but to compel some type of action--and therefore apply what you've read so you can create knowledge. So in short, you'll enjoy a good conversation and in the process pick up some great insights that can guide you in your journey of growth.
Articles by Keisha A Rivers M.Ed.
Each of us in our own way has a decision to make. Do we look at our lives in terms of “what’s in it for me?” or do we face each day with the realization that we have an opportunity to use what we have and do what we can where we are—to make an impact.Read More