Dr. Karen Goodnight's passion for her tribe runs deep. She is currently a Chickasaw Tribal Legislature, holding Ponotoc District's Seat 3, and also spent many years in different leadership roles throughout the tribe. The Chickasaw tribe inspires Dr. Goodnight and her associates by their courageous demonstration of perseverance, providing opportunities for their people and their unique culture. To learn more about the Chickasaw Nation, their history, and their people click here
We provide several solutions for strategic planning including:
Two Day Executive Strategic Planning Retreats
Leadership Zoo-Mazing Race or Team Scavenger Strategy Development
Strategic Focus Monthly Leadership Meetings
Strategic Planning Process Creation
LEAVE YOUR LEGACY
Strategy isn't just about meeting goals, it is the foundation of success for the future of the people you serve. It is up to your leaders to build a legacy that positively impacts generations of citizens, employees, communities, and leaders. Your leaders are the catalyst for a bright future.
"Dr. Karen Goodnight is passionate about people and has a magical touch when it comes to rapidly transforming leaders and organizations to improve their results. Her commitment to positive change for her clients is only equated in the skillful and caring way she delivers it. Most of all, she is a leader of integrity and truly walks her talk when it comes to her message. Karen is the type of leader we need to develop more of in this world and fortunately, she is in the business of just doing that!" - D.J. Eagle Bear Vanas, President of Native Discovery Inc. and Author of The Tiny Warrior.
"Karen's professionalism and abilities are of the highest caliber and you can expect a quality return on your investment. What has impressed me the most is her ability to relate to Tribal issues, both from a cultural and business perspective. She remains committed to following up on ensuring you are getting your money's worth. I'd hire her again, if and when, we need the type of assistance and service she provides... - " Mike Olguin, Vice Chairman of the Southern Ute Indian Tribe.