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Jennifer S. Goldman-Wetzler

Dr. Jennifer Goldman-Wetzler is the Director of Coaching at Mobius.  She is an organizational psychologist who helps leaders make the individual and organizational shifts needed to compete successfully in an ever-changing world.

For more than two decades, Jennifer has consulted to senior executives
at Fortune 500 companies, including financial and professional services, pharmaceuticals and high tech, as well as at numerous global non-profit and governmental institutions including Bank New York Mellon, Citigroup, GE Capital, Cornerstone Research, KPMG, Navigant, Abbott Laboratories, Bayer, Eli Lilly, Buzzfeed, CSC, IBM, Intel, Oxfam America, the New York City Department of Education and the United Nations.

Jennifer serves as Adjunct Professor in the Department of Organization and Leadership at Teachers College, Columbia University, where she teaches the popular course Transforming Conflict from Within on how leaders can successfully face even the most challenging long-term conflicts. She is an executive coach with the Program on Social Intelligence at Columbia Business School.

Earlier in her career, she was Director of Negotiation Programs at Mediation Works Incorporated, and a facilitator at the Program on Negotiation at Harvard Law School. In these positions, Jennifer honed a highly engaging teaching and coaching style, blending her expertise in psychology and negotiation to help her clients drive bottom-line individual and organizational results.

Jennifer is the author of the book Emotions in Long-term Conflict (2014) and is working on her next book, Transforming Conflict from Within: From Camp David to the Family Car, How to Tackle the World’s Toughest Problems. She has also authored articles and chapters in publications including Chief Learning Officer Magazine, the International Journal of Conflict Management, and The Handbook of Conflict Resolution: Theory and Practice.

She received her B.A. in social psychology with honors from Tufts University and holds a Ph.D. in social-organizational psychology from Columbia University.