Making the Complex Easy to Understand 

Comprehensive Learning Solutions offers a broad spectrum of services that encompass all your workplace learning needs, from needs assessments and course design and facilitation, to capacity building and evaluation of training. Our training works. We provide creative, straightforward solutions when you want to:

Implement a new policy, process, or system •Improve employee skills

  • Meet performance goals 
  • Prepare staff for leadership positions
  • Build capacity in emerging markets
  • Increase cross-cultural understanding

Karen Feeley

Workplace Learning Expert

Karen Feeley has 26 years of experience in analyzing learning and training needs, creating training strategies, designing courses, training trainers, delivering training, and managing training projects on a variety of topics, including cultural awareness, interpersonal networking, instructional design, facilitation, performance management, consulting, financial literacy, business management, diversity awareness, agricultural best practices, financial auditing, and interpersonal communications. She has advised Fortune 500 companies, government agencies, and multi-lateral organizations on workplace learning since 1996. In 2009, she founded [Comprehensive Learning Solutions] (, a global corporate training consulting firm. Karen has designed and delivered training in Africa, Asia, Europe, North America, and the Caribbean. She holds an MBA degree in Human Resources Management, with an emphasis on Training and Development, and is an IFC Global Master Trainer in Facilitating Face to Face Learning, an IFC-LPI TPMA certified Trainer and Assessor, an IFC-certified Instructional Designer, and a certified project manager (PMP). She has presented on workplace learning topics at multiple conferences, has published several journal articles, and has served on the editorial board for The Wiley Handbook of Global Workplace Learning, created at the University of Texas, San Antonio. Karen resides in Arlington, VA, and speaks English, French, and Chinese. 

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