Introducing Rob and Kim Voyle
Together Rob and Kim bring over 50 years of experience
working with organizations and individuals to align purpose and values
for effective and authentic living and working.
Is to help you and the people you work with live authentic,
effective, and deeply satisfy lives, in which you can say:
Yes to the Source of Your Being (however you understand that)
Yes to Your Neighbor, and Yes to Yourself.
For life is found in what we deeply say yes to and not what we say no to.
Rob Voyle, Psy.D.
Rob is a New Zealand born and trained Episcopal Priest with over twenty years of experience in the ordained ministry. He has a doctorate in clinical psychology from Fuller Theological Seminary in addition to degrees in Theology, Counseling and Mechanical Engineering.
His employment history includes extensive work as in organizational consulting, coaching and interim ministry, interposed with research and development engineering, behavioral medicine, and clinical psychology.
Rob was an original faculty member, and taught for five years at the College of Executive Coaching where he taught and coached hundreds of personal and executive coaches how to use appreciative inquiry as a basis for their coaching work.
As the founder and Director of the Clergy leadership Institute he is committed to providing advanced training in clergy leadership to enhance ministry effectiveness. He is also the Coordinator for theTransitional Ministry Network.
Rob also provides executive coaching and consultation to businesses especially in the area of appreciative inquiry based leadership development.
Rob's personal mission is to be "helpful, humorous, and healing," which is manifested in a passion for conducting training. He is a gifted storyteller and has a penchant for mischievously confronting listeners with new insights that are both affirming and liberating.
Kim Voyle, Ph.D.
Kim has over twenty years of experience in personnel management. She has a Master of Science degree in Human Resource Leadership and has her Ph.D. in Career Psychology. Her dissertation was entitled The Path of Vocation: Women's Career Transitions in Middle Adulthood. It examined the motivation and processes by which women chose to change from a secular occupation and become ordained Episcopal clergy.
Kim has developed hiring procedures and employment tests, including managerial assessment centers, analyzed a wide variety of jobs, and consulted to line managers on personnel issues. For the last several years, she has conducted training in job search processes, team building, career development, and preparing for the future work place.
Kim is a national certified career counselor and is the director of Path Finder Career Services which provides career coaching and personnel consulting services. Kim's research interests are career change, career transition, adult development, self-efficacy, self-actualization, and women's issues.