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Jennifer Goldman Organizational Psychologist and the Founding Principal of Alignment Strategies Group
Dr. Jennifer Goldman-Wetzler is a recognized global leader on how to optimize organizational vitality by solving the unsolvable in organizational life. Her presentations leave audiences highly motivated and equipped with practical tools for taking action and achieving the results they desire.
A dynamic keynote speaker and Founding Principal of Alignment Strategies Group, for the past two decades Jennifer has advised senior leaders at global corporations and large non-profit and governmental institutions including IBM, Intel, Bayer, Barclays, Citigroup, KPMG, Jazz at Lincoln Center, the New York City Department of Education, Oxfam America, and the United Nations.
Jennifer created the extraordinarily popular Columbia University course Transforming Conflict from Within where for the past decade she has taught leaders to successfully face even the most challenging long-term conflicts. The course has been consistently praised by students and faculty for its innovative and transformative approach—and its ability to produce results in situations that previously seemed hopeless at work, at home, and in public life.
The contagious high-energy, passion and rigor that make Jennifer a successful teacher and advisor to leaders of some of the world’s most prestigious organizations also make her an irresistible, vibrant speaker, inspiring people of all backgrounds to free themselves from difficult dynamics, unleash their own vitality and live conflict-free.
A former Graduate Research Fellow at the U.S. Department of Homeland Security with a Ph.D. in Organizational Psychology from Columbia University, Jennifer is author of the book Emotions in Long-term Conflict (2014) and is currently working on her next book, Conflict Free. She has also authored articles and chapters in publications including Chief Learning Officer Magazine, the International Journal of Conflict Management, The Handbook of Conflict Resolution: Theory and Practice, and The Huffington Post.