Jennifer A. Williams / Heartmanity for Business

Jennifer A. Williams / Heartmanity for Business

As an Executive Coach and Relationship Strategist, Jennifer’s specializes in leadership, team building, and emotional intelligence. She trains entrepreneurs and leaders to identify and dismantle limiting beliefs and biases that impact their ability to lead and connect with their teams. Her emphasis is on utilizing brain science to short-cut change and create personal and organizational transformation. For over two decades, Jennifer has worked with businesses to remove the obstacles to authentic communication, collaboration, and teamwork. Jennifer also acts as a Human Resources independent consultant in large companies and trains Customer Service teams in the art of empathy and effectively handling difficult conversations. Her passionate mission is to create thriving relationships at work and home.

Recent Posts:

Renew Your Life and Work with Everyday Mindfulness

January 07, 2021

It's been a crazy time for everyone with the pandemic. Not only do we now need to keep up with our work, but unexpectedly we can be required to quarantine due to Covid-19. And if you're a parent, it's even trickier as school shifted to virtual learning so you're responsible for this big change as well. We haven't yet found our new normal so mindfulness is even more important. 

Are you feeling more overwhelmed than usual with work stress? Is multitasking not helping you keep up? Is your mind racing so much at night that you can’t sleep? Yep, it’s time—time to carve out a few minutes daily to [...]

Posted in Business and Leadership, Brain Fitness, Mindfulness and Perspective

Why Soft Skills Are Needed in Every Workplace

November 16, 2020

Our meritocratic culture emphasizes the importance of packing your resume with job-specific skills along with hard skills like software, statistics, different languages, or coding—but without soft skills (a.k.a. emotional intelligence), that knowledge becomes virtually useless in the workplace.

Surveys show that hiring managers are more likely to prefer candidates who use soft skills to make themselves more likable over candidates with lower emotional intelligence. “Hard skills” may help you get a foot in the door by landing you that first interview, but it’s up to you to hone your soft [...]

Posted in Business and Leadership

The Autocratic Leadership Style—and Why It Doesn’t Work!

November 05, 2020

Are you fed up with a boss making you jump through hoops only for them to find fault and chew you out? Do long workdays with zero appreciation sound familiar? Did you know that autocratic bosses and managers are one of the leading reasons for leaving a job?

The autocratic leadership style is a one-way street; they often don't listen or respond to their employees in productive ways. Ordering, correcting, reprimanding are common and resentment builds in employees.

Posted in Business and Leadership

Consequences of a Lack of Communication in the Workplace

October 20, 2020

Communication is a skill at the root of all relationships. Good communication is essential for healthy relationships. Professional relationships are no exception. Whether between a customer and an employee, a company president and an employee or between co-workers, professional communication in the workplace is a crucial part of the health of any business culture.

Posted in Business and Leadership

Skills to Be Culturally Responsive in the Workplace

September 24, 2020

A colleague once told me of a bumper sticker that said, “We are all connected.” Such a simple phrase, yet with so much more depth than just those four words.

Now more than ever, “we are all connected.” The simple phrase is a reminder that in a time of great unrest and disruption, our actions and words have far-reaching and lasting effects on those around us. Our world is more culturally diverse than ever, which calls for greater responsibility to tolerate others. Therefore, empathy, acceptance of diversity, and the ability to treat others with respect and dignity are crucial. All skills that [...]

Posted in Business and Leadership

Are You More Emotionally Intelligent Than Your Boss?

September 17, 2020

The role of a boss comes with great responsibility. Along with responsibility also comes many assumptions and expectations—one of which is that bosses have high skills because of their role. However, employees answer to their boss, a manager, or supervisor, based on their role, not their skills. Another assumption is that just because a person is a boss that they are also a leader, which is not necessarily true.

Leadership requires many skill sets and an authentic way of moving and leading. It’s not just a title. And when skill differences vary dramatically in the workplace between employees [...]

Posted in Business and Leadership

Why Time Management for Moms Is a Myth

August 04, 2020

Time is a precious resource—one that we can't make more of or get back what we’ve used or lost. Moms know how priceless time is and feel time crunches all too often. Whether you’re a stay-at-home mom, career woman or a mompreneur, or you work part-time, the role of a mom is broad and diverse. Moms are caretakers for their children, household managers, and keepers of family schedules and routines. They are the Chief Operating Officers of a 24/7 operation. Some moms are additionally juggling careers, volunteering, and overseeing distance learning amidst COVID-19.

Routines and demands on our [...]

Posted in Business and Leadership

Job Hunting, Changing Careers, and Crafting a Life You Love!

July 02, 2020

Approximately one-third of our adult lives are spent at work. Think about that for a moment. We spend more time working than any other activity, second only to sleeping. In fact, work time is estimated at about 90,000 hours over a lifetime. That's a huge slice of life... so do love your job!? 

How happy we are in our career determines, to a large extent, the quality of our life. Our professional lives can be fulfilling and positive, enriching the rest of our life—or not. We can love what we do in our work and have both a supportive, nurturing home and work environment—or not!

Estimated [...]

Posted in Business and Leadership

How to Skyrocket Your Results with Authentic Leadership

June 25, 2020

Emotional intelligence and social intelligence are no longer optional in leadership. And there are many leadership styles, yet there is only one kind of leader that raises profits while also growing people, engaging employees, cultivating thriving teams, and producing brilliant results.

That’s authentic leadership. This leadership style can make the most significant difference. And showing up authentically as a leader clears the obstacles to success with one irreplaceable skill that outshines all others.

Posted in Business and Leadership, Most Popular

Successful Businesses Are Led by Solid Empathetic Culture

June 16, 2020

"Take the emotion out of it! This isn’t personal; it is business.” That was the response received early in my colleague's career from her boss when sharing a tough client situation. She had reached out to him for guidance to talk through an issue but he quickly diminished her need. She felt completely dismissed.

Had her boss taken the time to show empathy for her perspective, that interaction could have strengthened their work relationship and empowered her, creating greater loyalty and dedication to the job. Empathy is missing in many workplaces and is often considered "soft." However, it is [...]

Posted in Business and Leadership

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