“Jen’s coaching methods paused my entrenched thinking and helped me re-route new positive pathways.”
~ Amy R. Jonker, JD
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(3) Learn the Framework
Apply the framework to your unique situation with personalized neuroscience coaching.
Stress & Change
Though you long to make a greater impact, it’s hard to focus and create change when you are stressed and responding to multiple demands and pressure.
If you could slow down and focus, with greater energy and purpose, you could begin to make the changes you seek – and change your brain in the process.
Reboot & Rewire
When the brain is consistently reacting to pressure and stress, it begins to operate in survival mode. When this becomes the brain’s default, growth and meaningful change become extremely difficult.
I’ve been there. When I was a stressed-out lawyer, my thinking, performance and well-being suffered. I also blamed myself.
When the brain is in survival mode, what it needs is not guilt or shame (which make it worse), but a reboot and rewire.
What makes this program different?
Pathways to Mindful Leadership was designed with your brain in mind. The program, available through 1-on-1 coaching and organizational workshops, integrates neuroscience, coaching, mindfulness and mind-body principles.
With a whole-person approach, the integrated framework creates meaningful and lasting change from the inside-out.
So you respond to external pressures without losing your center. So you can positively change your brain, your impact, and your world.
Get started today.
Jennifer’s pathway to change began 20 years ago when she was a stressed-out lawyer.
Now a certified neuroscience coach, she researches neuroscience, stress and mind-body wellness for her leadership program, coaching and blog.
As a mind-body expert, Jennifer has practiced yoga since 1998 and completed over 700 hours of yoga-teacher training. She has trained in mindfulness meditation, and attended numerous retreats. Jennifer has also worked deeply with the Internal Family Systems (IFS) approach for self-awareness and change.
Random facts: bungee jumped from the Victoria Falls Bridge in Zimbabwe; voted “most intelligent” and “most respected” in high school, but lacked confidence; played women’s rugby at University College London; lost a father to Alzheimer’s; mom to 2 girls and 3 rescue animals (1 dog, 2 cats); descendant of William Bradford (framer of the Mayflower Compact and governor of the first New World settlement).
Kind Words from Real Clients
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