Work With Jen

Let's talk about our feelings!

As a leader, how many times have you had your feelings hurt or been disillusioned by something that happened in the workplace?  More importantly, did you say something about it?

If you’re like me, you might have let it go to avoid conflict. Worse yet, your corporate culture may reinforce that it’s not ok to disagree or deviate from the party line.  That’s the message I heard after a major corporate acquisition.  And I was pissed.

But what if?  What if we started talking about our feelings in the workplace?

After that acquisition, I was ready to rally, to be part of the solution, but I didn’t feel like my team or I had a voice.  I felt obligated to accept the changes without question, but my heart was telling me otherwise.  If I could do it all over again, I would have created a safe space for all employees to share what they were feeling; to connect about the organizational changes.  

In the aftermath of COVID, the racial unrest of 2020, and the heightened focus on DEI, we need connection more than ever.  But folks might not know the way.  The solution is to start sharing our feelings openly in the workplace.  I understand that the idea of sharing feelings with co-workers can be uncomfortable.  I’ve led teams through billion dollar mergers in a highly regulated industry, and I’m an attorney who happens to be very cerebral. But I can attest that out of these uncomfortable conversations comes healing.  Out of healing comes alignment.  And out of alignment comes productivity, engagement, innovation and growth.  


I’m on a mission to positively change corporate cultures,
one company and one employee at a time.
Come join me!

My approach.
I promote employee wellbeing and mental health by putting people and their feelings at the
forefront of organizational change.

I’m not your typical management consultant.
I draw on my experiences as an attorney and educator, and the lessons I’ve learned in therapy, to challenge the status quo.

I’ve been in your shoes.
I’ve survived multiple corporate mergers and reorganizations, learning how to navigate those changes individually and as a heart-forward leader.

Core Values
  1. Embrace the power of authentic, meaningful connections.
  2. Leverage real-world experience.
  3. Be action-oriented.
  4. Live curiously.
  5. Change for the better.
Skills and Qualifications
  • Building Connections
  • Transforming by Leading
  • Problem Solving
  • Team Strengthening
  • Public Speaking
  • Attorney
  • Educator
  • Leader at Fortune 25+ Companies
  • Trained in Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion

My Method

  • Raise awareness of the human element in organizational change.
  • Teach baseline knowledge and skills to talk about change.
  • Guide you through the creation of values and vision.
  • Support development of your culture as you and your team apply learned skills and embrace the new values and vision.
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