Jennifer McClanahan-Flint offers a variety of solutions for high-achieving, professional women faced with the new territory of transitioning into leadership positions in their careers, while simultaneously transitioning into motherhood. Jennifer understands the struggles that working moms face every day because she is a working mom herself.
She knows how important it is to have someone on your side. She believes support makes all the difference. Jennifer works to get women to a place where they can be kick-ass at work, and active in the lives of their families. She has a non-negotiable belief that everyone should have a life they love that loves them back.
Jennifer has created the Leverage to Lead Mastermind Program for high-powered, working moms. This 12-month program leverages the power of the collective experience. Often, the thing that makes the difference to working moms – the thing that makes things click — is the realization that they are not alone when they face the daunting challenges of successfully juggling family and career. The Leverage to Lead Mastermind helps them to begin to see a new way to success. The community they build becomes the inspiration they need.
While Jennifer supports and advocates for the women she works with, she is not a cheerleader. Her job is to shift women’s perspective about their destinies, to hold a higher view of their success and to hold them accountable for their engagement in their careers and their families.
Jennifer believes in the power and energy of sharing her message with a live audience. Her presentations are fun and interactive. She designs each presentation to fit any size or type of event. Her keynote addresses and workshops are designed to teach audiences how to love their jobs, love their lives and love their families. She gives audiences the tools and strategies they need to become working mothers who are comfortable being passionate about their careers and passionate about their families.
Career Management Workshops and Seminars
Jennifer offers career management workshops and seminars to help working moms deal with the unique challenges of juggling work and family and increase engagement in their careers. Often, change and career advancement can feel overwhelming. It’s easy to feel intimated because transition can feel like a big risk. Working moms are often ambivalent about achieving more success because in their minds, more success means more time away from their families.
Jennifer has found that the best way to manage career engagement is to create seminars based on building a strategy and plan to help working moms navigate the transition to leadership while having the time to focus on family. She will create a strategy to help them increase productivity, credibility, and flexibility.
Family Meal Workshops
Jennifer offers in-person and online programs for parents with young children. She teaches her clients to find time to plan and prepare healthy family dinners, as well as to discover powerful, easy-to-apply practices for developing family meal routines. Her programs help families connect over dinner, not fight over food. The presentation includes tips that save time and money, and ensure there’s no food to throw away at the end of the week. Most importantly, Jennifer offers secrets on how to create good eaters and make eating together a positive family activity.
Jennifer offers 3, 6 and 12-month coaching packages to help working moms transition through the friction of establishing consistent, meaningful family-time in their homes, while also enjoying their careers. Whether you choose in person coaching or via Skype, Jennifer customizes the coaching series, and tailors them to fit each client’s needs. She is dedicated to teaching these brilliant, busy moms how to succeed.
How to Contact Jennifer
To schedule a free consultation with Jennifer to learn more about her Coaching Programs and how they may help you so that you can run your career like a business, earn what you are worth and spend meal times at home with your family, email firstname.lastname@example.org.