Our CEO has mentored countless faculty as they struggle with prioritization, their health, work-life integration, personal/professional relationships, being recognized for their contributions, getting promoted and so much more. It is absolutely possible to wake up every day, confident and excited to go to work, while also being confident that your own self and your family aren’t going to suffer as a result. If any of this sounds familiar, please contact us ASAP to get registered for our next Master Class or for individual coaching that will help you conquer these topics and so much more!
We currently offer 2 programs.
MasterClasses which occur on a regular basis around different topics such as:
- Changing Your Thoughts – One Line at a Time
- Journal Your Way To Your Goals
- Creating a Brand
- Mastering your Mornings
- Fail as Often as You Can
- Imposter Syndrome
Executive/Life coaching. Weekly or monthly packages are available as well as group coaching.
“Dr. Jennifer Christner is a visionary educational leader with an incredible work ethic, keen attention to detail, and the ability to make sense of the changing health care landscape. Dr. Christner has lifted schools from probationary LCME status and curricular disarray to an exemplary, well-organized accredited medical schools. Her 3 years of mentorship and coaching were instrumental in my pursuit of a master’s degree in Education and a senior leadership position in Graduate Medical Education. She has pushed me to grow as a leader and stretch the limits of what I am capable of doing.”Rajeev Raghavan, MD, FASN
Associate Professor | Medicine | Baylor College of Medicine
Program Director | Nephrology Fellowship
BCM Faculty Senate Representative | Department of Medicine
Medical Director | US Renal BCM Scott St Dialysis Unit
Dr. Christner is an amazing academician and mentor that inspires everyone around her. She truly cares about her mentees and collaborators and her positivity is contagious. As a leader, she is transformational and empowering. Anyone would be lucky to have her as a colleague and mentor!Ioannis Koutroulis, MD
Assistant Professor of Pediatrics