Jennifer joins Alex Drost on the Branch Out podcast whey they talk about rediscovering the humanity in business.
A full transcript of the podcast can be found here.
Showing your emotions at work used to be considered taboo; crying for women at work could be a career killer. Jennifer joins Molly Fay on The Morning Blend to talk about how this sentiment may be changing with the remote work/hybrid work environment we now find ourselves in and how the benefits of Emotional Intelligence EQ have been increasingly highlighted as valuable for managers to have.
Jennifer joins Coach Harlan on his podcast to talk about how to prepare for and manage the people challenges of business transitions.
Jennifer joins Dr. Vince Molinaro on Lead the Future to discuss how senior leaders can prepare for human capital challenges when undergoing a merger or acquisition, as well as how leaders themselves can navigate the changing and often ambiguous environment that arises post M&A.
Jennifer discusses navigating corporate culture in mergers and acquisitions with John Carvalho of Divestopedia.
The full podcast can be found here.
As part of The Teller’s continued content series on mergers and acquisitions in banking, Chris McGuire spoke with Jennifer on the added complication of what marketers should do when they find themselves in limbo as governmental restrictions keep their bank’s merger or acquisition from moving forward. Chris and Jennifer discuss typical M&A timelines, the “stages of grief” for employees, how to future proof your bank marketing career during an M&A and more. The full interview transcript can be found here.
Feelings of grief are common when you lose a job. In this Going Solo episode with David Shriner-Cahn, Jennifer shares her strategies for overcoming the grief you feel when you lose your career identity.
Jennifer joined John Baldoni on LinkedIn Live for GRACE under Pressure, where he interviews thought leaders and doers whose ideas and actions are helping us come to a greater understanding of ourselves and the greater opportunities that await us.
A fun conversation with Jennifer, Vincent Cantanzaro and Jeff Niebhur as they discuss the characters that emerge in M & A – that’s right we said fun and M&A. They review the pitfalls in M & A and discuss the music associated with the process.
Listen to the full podcast here: Vincent Catanzaro, “Meet the New Boss”
One of the primary reasons that a merger may fail is less about strategic, operational, or financial fit. Rather, it may be that the two companies’ embedded cultures cannot be easily aligned. Some issues may surface during the due diligence phase but identifying how the cultures are going to work together is paramount.
In this podcast with Andrea Petrone, Jennifer discusses:
Read the full article about the interview here: Why M&As Fail and How to Fix This