Hi, I'm Karo.

I solve problems, build solutions and glorious organisations!

With 12 years of a mixed experience in People, Organisational Development and Venture Building. I'd be happy to advise and mentor on all the related subjects.

Feel free to get in touch!

My Mentoring Topics

  • Organisational Structuring
  • High Performance Organisations
  • Entrepreneurship
  • Goals and Metrics
  • Perfomance Management
  • Leadership
  • Agile and Lean
  • Organisational Culture Building
  • From Start-up to Scale-up
  • Professional Development
23.January 2023

My motivation for meeting with Ms. Karo was to gather a new perspective about career change in the human resources profession, especially how to make the transition process easier and how to improve my learning in this area.

The conversation was both motivating and energizing. What impressed me the most was how systematic and open she was in addressing my questions, as well as her vast experience and knowledge.

Definitely worth a session!

Dear Mam, Thank you so much!



12.August 2022

The session was very helpful! Karo quickly jumped on board and guided me exactly where I needed to be! She is very quick witted and and excellent strategist! Really enjoyed the time with her and the thoughts she put in my brain!

4.August 2022

I am so grateful to have had the privilege of working with Karolina. She was clear and concise in her feedback and gave me exactly what I needed to make my idea even better. The whole experience felt like a conversation where she was excited about my idea and genuinely wanted to help me make it better. She has opened my eyes to new opportunities that I hadn't thought about previously. I could not recommend a better mentor than her!

23.June 2022

Karo was a great listener during our session, making sure to understand what were my concerns while offering practical ideas on how to overcome them. I really appreciated the structured feedback she provided. Thanks again!

4.June 2022

Karo has listened to my points very carefully and she has showed a lot of empathy. She has shared good tips to move forward.

18.May 2022

Karo is a great coach! She really helped me in a challenge I brought to our session by building empathy, actively listening, making powerful questions that helped me put things into perspective. Thank you for your help!

12.May 2022

I enjoyed our first session, it was straight to the point and also very structured. I know what the next steps are for me. Plus, I enjoyed the communication as it felt we were both connected. And you seemed to understand straight away what I needed.

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