AGL 148: Kim Bohr

About Kim

Successes, Failures & Lessons Learned: A Career JournalKim Bohr is the CEO of The Innovare Group, a company renowned for diagnosing and repairing organizational and leadership disconnects. She works with companies and leaders to help them assess, align, and accelerate their strategic priorities that impact talent, execution, and business growth.

As the founder and chief strategist of The Innovare Group, her mission is to make business better from the inside out. With over 20 years of experience as a cross-functional leader and executive advisor, Kim has worked with Fortune 1000 companies, mid-market growth organizations, and emerging startups to cultivate a holistic understanding of sustainable success.

Kim is a sought after speaker on the topics of strategy execution, leadership, and business growth, Her book, Successes, Failures & Lessons Learned, is a 12- week guided professional journal designed to be a valuable tool for companies to put into their employees’ hands to foster ownership and accountability over performance, execution, and career development goals. The outcome for the organization is greater team alignment between people+process.

Her professional experiences led her to create a proprietary process where she diagnoses disconnects and organizational priorities from the inside out. Ultimately, equipping leaders and companies with the tools and knowledge necessary to create aligned, equitable, and competitive workplaces.

Outside of The Innovare Group, Kim is an adjunct faculty for Seattle University where she teaches MBA and undergrad classes on business strategy, operations and leadership. Kim leverages her extensive professional experience into humanitarian work and volunteering. She’s served on the National Board of Directors for Susan G. Komen, and commits her time to several other worthy causes.


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Today we Talked About:

  • Kim’s Journey
  • Poor Leadership
  • What got you here, won’t get you there book
  • Entrepreneurship
  • Shorten the leadership learning curve
  • Build your leadership pipeline
  • Ownership and Accountability
  • Women in Tech
  • Mindset
  • Intentional Goal setting
  • Gratitude
  • Things I excel at
  • Tracking your achievements
  • Making a case for your next role

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AGL 148: Kim Bohr

About Kim Kim Bohr is the CEO of The Innovare Group, a company renowned for diagnosing and repairing organizational and leadership disconnects. She works with companies and leaders to help them assess, align, and accelerate their strategic priorities that impact talent, execution, and business growth. As the founder and chief strategist of The Innovare Group, her mission is to make business better from the inside out. With over 20 years of experience as a cross-functional leader and executive advisor, Kim has worked with Fortune 1000 companies, mid-market growth organizations, and emerging startups to cultivate a holistic understanding of sustainable success. […]
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