Jennifer Cohen is a leadership and organizational coach and consultant with 25 years in the field coaching hundreds of individuals and groups, specializing in developing leaders to excel in a context of uncertainty and quick-shifting terrain. Her coaching and training are distinguished by her applied studies in communication theories including quantum physics, ontology, neuroscience, Somatics, and systems thinking. In the past two years, Jennifer has focused much of her attention on working with clients to create and lead inclusive organizations through Seven Stones Leadership’s Equity, Power & Belonging framework. This work is a natural extension of her thought leadership articulated in The Seven Laws of Enough.
Jennifer’s coaching experience is informed by two decades of working with executives across industries from healthcare, pharmaceuticals, technology, and professional services firms. Within the context of cutting-edge Leadership Development Programs, Jennifer has brought executives from the boardroom into a dojo style learning environment to hone their leadership skills through in-depth training and development opportunities she both designed and led.
Jennifer is known as a “coach’s coach” and is a coach to some of the senior coaches at The NewField Group, one of the nation’s top schools for coaching. She has worked with corporate clients including Pfizer, Blue Cross/Blue Shield, Boston Consulting Group, Hewlett Packard, Microsoft, MIT’s Sloan School of Management, and Nike. She has also coached senior executives from Merck and EMC in her work at Simmons School of Management. She has a niche in coaching world-class academicians from institutions such as Simmons and Harvard Business School. She has served as the Director of Coaching Education for Mobius Executive Leadership, a global boutique-consulting firm serving Fortune 500 companies.
She is the co-author with Gina LaRoche of The Seven Laws of Enough (2018), named “4 Life-Lifting Books for 2019 and Beyond” by Black Enterprise. She is also author of the chapter, “From Surviving to Thriving” in the book Being Human at Work, edited by Richard Strozzi Heckler.
Jennifer has a master’s degree in Applied Psychology with an emphasis on systems theory from the Antioch New England Graduate School, and she did her undergraduate work in philosophy at Oberlin and Barnard.