Jennifer Cohen specializes in developing leaders to excel in a context of uncertainty and quick-shifting terrain. Her coaching and training is distinguished by her applied studies in communication theories, including quantum physics, ontology, neuroscience, somatics and systems thinking.
Jennifer designs deep dive learning opportunities where people can enter in complete safety to transform old patterns, heal old wounds, re-source their greatest wisdom and develop new skills that will serve their living and leading. Jennifer brings executives into a dojo-style environment to hone their leadership skills through in-depth training and development opportunities.
Certified as a Master Coach by The Strozzi Institute, she has taught at several institutions from MIT to The Omega Institute in Rhinebeck, NY. She is the author of the chapter, “From Surviving to Thriving” in the book Being Human at Work, edited by Richard Strozzi Heckler and is co-author of The Seven Laws of Enough published by Parallax Press. Jennifer is one of the founding members of the global coaching practice of Mobius Executive Leadership and has helped guide and design its coaching standards and professional development offerings since 2005. She conducts supervision groups, facilitated a master class with coaching luminaries, and leads a training track at its annual Next Practice Institute on somatic coaching. In 2020 she will begin serving as lead faculty for the forthcoming NPI certification in somatics and embodied leadership. Jen also serves as a core transformational faculty member for Mobius senior leadership offerings.