"Known as the recruiter’s recruiter, Karmae understands the needs and objectives of businesses."


Founder/Chief Executive Officer
Executive Search Specialist

Executive search and recruitment expert, business consultant and entrepreneur, executive coach, trainer and mentor, Karmae brings depth and breadth to The Fahr Group (TFG) as its principal executive. With 30-plus years’ experience, Karmae heads TFG successfully matching candidates with clients from vice president- to chief officer-level positions.

Known as the recruiter’s recruiter, Karmae understands the needs and objectives of businesses from start-ups and non-profits to Fortune 500 and 100 corporations. Over the years, she’s developed a wide network of industry and community connections that enable her to strategically and effectively consummate a search.

With a penchant for excellence, Karmae maintains high standards of accuracy, integrity, and efficiency with an urgency to meet client needs promptly. Also, she applies her expertise to consult with leaders on hiring practices, on-boarding and retention programs. And she’s developed training modules to assist other professionals with the multiple steps required in the hiring process.

Not least, as the company overseer, Karmae conceived and implemented TFG’s mission, vision and direction, formulating strategic plans and goals to ensure success while cultivating a respectful culture, enriched by a thriving remote business model.

Karmae holds a bachelor of arts degree from Purdue University and coaching certifications in leadership and talent management, and executive coaching. In addition, Karmae is a founding member of The International Association of Coaches and a member of Christian Coaches Network International.

Just ask our clients. They know, first-hand…

Karmae’s ability to listen well, ask insightful questions and then follow through systematically — with energy and focus — were impressive.

— Market Research & Analytics, CEO


Want to Be a Better Leader?

Stop Thinking About Work After Hours.

by Harvard Business Review

Summary. It’s not uncommon for managers to continue thinking about their job, even after the official workday is over. This may involve ruminating about an issue with an employee, trying to think of a solution to a client problem, or creating a mental to-do list for the next day. But new research shows that this tendency may not be beneficial, particularly for people new to a leadership role. In fact, constant rumination leads managers to be more depleted and less able to show up as leaders — something even their employees can pick up on.

Are you a manager who often finds yourself thinking about work late into the night?

Do you tend to continue to stress over work-related problems, or do you switch off your mind and relax in the evening?

If you are like many managers, you may feel a need to stay constantly connected with work, even after formal working hours. Given the high demands of a leadership role, you may perceive that the only way to perform well is to work around the clock. As a result, you find yourself ruminating about an issue with an employee, trying to think of a solution to a client problem, or creating a mental to-do list long after you have left the office for the day or turned off your computer.


Our research, recently published in the Journal of Applied Psychology, suggests that constantly thinking about work may hurt rather than help your performance as a leader. We found that not taking a break from work in the evening backfired for leaders, especially for those new to managerial roles, because it drained their mental resources. Instead, leadership effectiveness was highest on days in which leaders mentally turned off from work the night before and were able to recharge.

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