Jacqueline Carter is a leadership development expert who helps organizations create a more human world of work. She is widely recognized for developing the innate potential of leaders to enhance performance, resilience, and compassion by helping them to better understand and manage their own minds.
Why you should boook Jacqueline Carter for your next event
- Jacqueline has over 20 years of experience working with leadership and consulting. She offers a practical approach that leaves your audience with several actionable takeaways.
- Her approach is backed by extensive neuroscientific research and has led to measurable results at both small and large organizations.
- Jacqueline combines her theoretical and practical knowledge with a dynamic presentation style. Your audience will learn, understand, reflect, and take steps towards change.
In times of hardship, crisis, and uncertainty, it’s imperative for leaders to demonstrate compassion. But leaders are also tasked with making hard decisions. How do you do the hard things of leadership while bringing out the best in others? By bringing the right balance of human compassion and business wisdom to the job, leaders foster much higher levels of employee engagement, performance, loyalty, and well-being in their people.
Offering immediately implementable takeaways, Jacqueline explains why being a caring person and an effective leader are not mutually exclusive, and how to keep a healthy balance between compassion and leadership to bring out the best in ourselves and our employees.
She is the International Partner and the North American Director for Potential Project, and her clients include Cisco, Disney, Accenture, IKEA, and Royal Bank of Canada.
Jacqueline is a seasoned change management and organization development expert. She holds a Master of Science degree in Organizational Behavior and has over 20 years of consulting and management experience. She has supported the successful implementation of complex changes for large organizations and has held fiscal and resource accountabilities for budgets of over $60 million and teams of more than 100 people.
She is also well known for her dynamic presentation skills and thoughtful, extensively well- researched publications. Jacqueline has written articles for a range of publications, including Harvard Business Review, American Management Association, and Business Insider.
With Rasmus Hougaard, Marissa Afton and Moses Mohan, Jacqueline is the co-author of the Harvard Business Review book Compassionate Leadership: How to Do Hard Things in a Human Way. She is also co-author of The Mind of the Leader: How to Lead Yourself, Your People and
Organization for Extraordinary Results, and One Second Ahead: Enhance Your Performance at Work with Mindfulness.
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