Kevin Kiley joins IMPACT Group with 10+ years of coaching experience and a solid background in corporate talent development and college recruiting. Not only a skilled coach, Kevin can relate to the struggles and fears around a career transition: he was a trailing spouse for his own family’s relocation and also experienced unexpected job loss when the dot.com bubble burst. Believing each situation is unique, Kevin combines his engaging coaching style with this real-world experience to develop a job search strategy for each client.
Kevin has delivered career coaching across every professional level—from students and young professionals to high-potential leaders and executives—as well as those switching careers. Kevin also brings a well-rounded skill set that includes expertise in personal branding, networking, interview preparation, and offer negotiations. Having served as a hiring manager for more than 100+ positions, he has an in-depth understanding of the hiring process and is well-positioned to guide individuals through all aspects of a job search.
Additionally, Kevin is an award-winning communicator with a background as an editor and leverages this experience to help individuals develop and communicate a personal brand through highly customized résumés, cover letters, LinkedIn profiles, and other job search materials.
Kevin obtained his MBA from Washington University’s Olin Business School and a bachelor’s degree in communication from the University of Dayton. He is also a certified career coach and Professional Certified Coach (PCC) through the International Coach Federation (ICF).
Outside of career coaching, Kevin enjoys running and fitness, a good cup of coffee, and his dog, named Sauce. Originally from Chesterfield, MO, Kevin currently resides in Dallas-Fort Worth, TX. He is a huge sports fan and will happily watch just about any game.
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