Coaching since 2002, Jen Sellers is an executive coach, facilitator, and author. She is an expert in partnering with leaders to gain a clear view of their own thinking; to master new interpersonal skills; to locate and tap into resources inside themselves, inside their organizations, and in the larger network; and to commit to action that leads to innovation. She has developed leaders for The Nature Conservancy, Freeport-McMoRan Copper and Gold, Accenture, IBM, the US Department of Justice, the Tucson Airport Authority, and many other businesses and non-profits.
Jen was employed for 10 years by corporations such as Hughes and Raytheon under contract to NASA, where she facilitated groups and teams in NASA’s Learning Technologies Project within the NASA Research and Education Network. Her leadership, strong project management, and knowledge of the education arena insured a well-run project with high visibility at NASA, the US Department of Education, nationally, and internationally. A co-author of Pause: 52 Ways to Shift Any Outcome in Less Than a Minute, a book of practical mindfulness practices for leaders, Jen is also a contributing author to The Handbook of Knowledge-based Coaching. She holds a Bachelor of Science in Education. In her first career, she enjoyed thirteen years in both the public schools grades seven through twelve and in adult education.
Jen is a past president of the International Coach Federation Southern Arizona Chapter, a past volunteer credentialing assessor for the International Coach Federation, a member of the Greater Tucson Association for Talent Development, a former coach trainer in Fielding Graduate University’s Evidence Based Coaching program, a former pro bono coach for TED fellows, and a member of Conscious Capitalism Arizona.
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