This is a deep end moment! Join me in my new online course as we explore and apply ideas from my book, Swimming in the Deep End to your own ‘deep end’ initiatives.
Jennifer was honored to be invited to give a commencement speech for teacher leaders completing their 2 year teacher leadership academy in Washoe County, Nevada. She tried to make it authentic and funny and short. Have a listen.
Jennifer is facilitating webinars on all her books and other communication challenges during this time of increased virtual professional development. Ask her to join your group!
Jennifer Abrams Consulting provides workshops, keynotes, individual and team coaching, professional development design and consultative support nationally and internationally to public and independent schools, hospitals, universities and non-profits.
Swimming in the Deep End was published in 2019! You can order the book now. This is Jennifer's latest book on conversation and change management. Check out all of her books to help you learn to communicate, collaborate and create community in your workplace.
In Jennifer's latest blog post: "100 Days and More To Come", Jennifer reflects on what's to come and how she wants to show up in this ‘deep end’ moment.
Last February Jennifer gave the keynote speech "Swimming in the Deep End: What Does It Take?" at the 2018 Art of Coaching conference. Watch excerpts of her speech as well as an introduction by author of The Art of Coaching and founder of Bright Morning Consulting, Elena Aguilar.
"Our conversations invent us. Through our speech and our silence, we become smaller or larger selves, we diminish or enhance the other person, and we narrow or expand the possibilities between us. How we use our voice determines the quality of our relationships, who we are in the world, and what the world can be and might become. Clearly, a lot is at stake here." - Harriet Lerner, The Dance of Connection
“I hope you are well. I approached you right after your morning session on hard conversations to thank you for the amazing workshop. I shared that I am tough to impress. Equally, important, I never smile. Nonetheless, your approach elicited a genuine excitement and passion for the work.”