Every organization deserves to be
led by compassionate leaders who understand the significance and relevance of building cultures rooted in empathy and belonging.
Those leaders know a company’s greatest asset will always be its people...
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We’re making business human again.
Whether you are trying to figure out how to lead your team virtually and through uncertain times, or are wondering how to keep your teams engaged, we can help. Emerge with your team focused, morale boosted, with an unshakable confidence in your leadership.
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We have faced many challenges we have never before seen in our lifetimes, and we have been asked to rise above, time and time again. Because in chaos comes opportunity. And these times call for B.R.A.V.E. leaders.
I recently shared five ways that you can cultivate B.R.A.V.E. leadership and establish cultures that are more connected and inclusive on Forbes.
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“We could have hired one of the big consulting companies to come in and work with us to create a stronger culture here, but we didn’t. We chose you because you are making this work HUMAN again.”
Mike D., President, Chester County Hospital.
According to Gallup (State of the Global Workplace as of July 2020), we are facing the most significant drop in U.S. employee engagement, dating back to the beginning of their history of tracking data in 2000.
At the core of those affected? Leaders and Managers. Since employee engagement is highly related to many performance outcomes, this unprecedented drop has significant potential performance consequences.
Even more telling? 75% of employees left their last job because of the lack of trust and confidence in senior leadership and the feeling they didn’t belong.
Jen helps create a company culture that is focused on compassionate leadership and belonging. She inspires employees to engage, to want to show up everyday and to do it in a safe space.
Gallup says, “Workplace engagement is highly related to building an inclusive culture.” We take that a step further and create cultures where everyone knows and FEELS that they belong.
As a dynamic and memorable speaker, Jen Croneberger is one of the most sought-after thought leaders in business today.
She is able to communicate a message around peak performance, inspiration, compassionate leadership and belonging in a way that the audience is encouraged, driven, and moved to take action and make a difference.
Jen works with companies large and small as well as government agencies who need strategic leadership support and programs that transform culture and engagement.
She has consulted in a vast array of industries which include healthcare, retail, education,
pharmaceutical, professional sports, and the financial sector.
Jen is the founder of the HUMAN Leadership Institute and has studied coaching, leadership and team dynamics for over 20 years both in sports and in a corporate setting. After hearing Jen speak at an event, many are impacted and want to dive deeper into how they are showing up in the world today.
Jen’s coaching programs allow for this direct support to take place as you design your own breakthrough based in research, science and real life.
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As the Chief Inspiration Officer and Founder of JLynne Consulting Group and the Founder of the HUMAN Leadership Institute, Jen Croneberger has been on the TEDx stage 4 different times.
She speaks for corporations and organizations looking to inspire their teams from within. Her focus is in helping leaders learn how to compassionately lead using a proven methodology that puts the power of the HUMAN spirit at the center of every company’s success.
Her Master’s Degree is in Sports and Human Performance Psychology and is a “Dare to Lead” Instructor. She holds certifications from the Harvard Business School in Sustainable Business Strategy, Diversity & Inclusion from Cornell University, The Science of Well-Being from Yale University, and is currently a doctoral candidate in the field of Leadership. Jen was selected as an invite-only member of the Forbes’ Coaches Council for 2020/2021.
She has a podcast called the Possibility Project, and writes monthly columns for a variety of publications including Forbes. She published her first book in 2012, called “These Five Words Are Mine.”
Listed as one of the best Motivational Speakers in Philadelphia, PA and Washington, DC Regions and “2020 Power Women,” from Main Line Today magazine, Jen is a storyteller who will remind you that being authentic is about the most important thing you can deliver to the world.