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Master of Integrated Water Management (Partial Scholarship)
Jennifer is Director/Co-owner of GJR Consulting, an Australian company specialising in organisational and leadership development, executive coaching, training and facilitation. She held various leadership roles in government before starting her private business. Her decades of experience in leadership development and coaching have equipped her with the knowledge and confidence to work with leaders at all levels. She offers deep insights about complex dynamics and is genuinely involved in supporting leaders to transform. Her areas of interest include adaptive leadership, influencing styles and change.
Jennifer had the opportunity of working with a great team on the largest leadership development and cultural change program in the health care sector in Australia. This successful award winning program has made a significant difference to the business performance and clinical outcomes at Queensland Health.
Jennifer has worked with CEOs, executives, senior managers, and emerging leaders in government and in entrepreneurial firms to grow their leadership. She is particularly interested in women’s leadership development. She was awarded the the UQ Vice Chancellor Award for Excellence for the delivery of the highly successful The University of Queensland Career Progression for Women program. She is certified in the administration and interpretation of the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator, R2 Strengths and a range of feedback tools. She is a highly regarded executive and career coach. She has recently returned from JF Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University where she undertook an intensive program for leadership Development facilitators entitled “The Art and Practice of Leadership Development”
Recent clients include UQ International Development ,UQ Executive Education, UQ Business School, Princess Alexander Hospital Intensive Care Unit, Ontex, Australia, Big 4 Holiday Parks, Bond University, Women In Leadership Australia.
Jennifer’s areas of interest include: