“Jeanine's natural and genuine way of being is infectious with an audience. Participants at our various events reflected that the exercises Jeanine led helped
them share with more authenticity and vulnerability.I was so pleased to see our community connecting from these places and sharing the impact it had on them.
Whether at Wisdom Women events, Wisdom 2.0 Business or on the main stage in front of 2000 at Wisdom 2.0, I'm grateful for Jeanine's grounded and professional
presence and that she's able to bring that to our events with so much heart and insight. She would be a great additional to any event looking to help participants
access their own wisdom and authenticity.”

Michelle Stransky, Former Conference Director Wisdom 2.0

Invite us to your conference or event

Upcoming & Recent

OD Network Conference

Chicago, IL
October 15, 2017

Cross Sector Leadership for Social Change (The national conference by and for leaders in the organizational design community.)

SOCAP

San Francisco, CA
Sept 13, 2017

Lessons on Leveraging Collaboration for Impact

Aspen Institute

Aspen, CO
July 12-14, 2017

Facilitation for collective action at this Aspen Instittue hosted Children First Conference to catalyze a movement for prioritizing children’s health in national and state policy..

Wisdom 2.0 Connect

Tel Aviv, Israel
February 2016

Mindfulness, Connection & Collaboration for Impact

University of Cuenca

Cuenca, Ecuador
June 10, 2015

Collaborative Leadership workshop for University of Cuenca faculty & students

Emerging women

New York, NY
October 8th- 11th, 2015

Workshop – The Power of Authentic Expression: Creating Impact Through Connection & Relationship. Do you have a strong desire to clearly articulate the truth of who you are? Are you feeling a rising power inside of you that you feel must be expressed? This event is about giving us the tools

Momentum

San Francisco
August 26th, 2014

Where Mobile StartUps go for Growth Facilitated a workshop for founding teams on Effective Collaboration & Negotiation that provided the top 5 things to prepare for any negotiation, what you need to know about your style and how to use it to negotiate and collaborate effectively.

Wisdom 2.0

San Francisco, CA
February 14th-16th, 2014

Connection & Collaboration as a Practice: An expected 2,000+ people, from coaches to venture capitalists to entrepreneurs, will come together in San Francisco to explore living with greater purpose, presence, and wisdom in the digital age.

Leading Women in Technology

Silicon Valley
June 9th, 2014

Women Shaping the Business of Technology Panel on Salary Negotiations: Are You Leaving Money on the Table?  Empowering Women to Close the Wage Gap

Discovering Your Path to Authentic Collaborative Relationships

Esalen
March 7-9, 2014

Are you looking for more connection and collaboration in your work and play?  Are you ready for an opportunity to have fun, learn, and practice effective collaboration in order to cultivate more ease, deeper connection and business results?

This workshop provides distinctions, questions, and playful practices to discover what you’ve been doing, why you’ve been doing it, and how you can relate to others with more awareness — building rapport and creating authentic connections in our personal and professional relationships.

Facilitated by Jeanine Becker & Kerena Saltzman

Wisdom Women’s Intensive

San Francisco, CA
February 17th 2014

Wisdom 2.0 Women is created to support and inspire women to tap into and live from their own internal wisdom.  It is created and inspired from Wisdom 2.0 which asks: How do we live with greater mindfulness, presence and compassion in the digital age?

Clean Tech Open

Silicon valley, CA
August 27th, 2014

Clean Tech Open finds, funds and fosters the most promising cleantech startups on the planet. Facilitated a workshop for founding teams on Team Building for StartUps that provided clear frameworks on building high performance teams and cultures where employees and impact thrive, interactive founder team exercises to provide insight and greater collaboration, and an authentic discussion of the challenges and opportunities founders face in creating their team.

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