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About Jennifer Wilson

Jennifer Wilson is a co-founder and partner of ConvergenceCoaching, LLC, a national consulting firm dedicated to developing leaders and transforming teams through coaching, practice consulting, strategic planning and learning and development. Jennifer’s ultimate goal is to make a transformational difference in the lives of her clients and their businesses.
Oct 18 2019

Fitness AND Fun

2019-11-13T12:04:03-06:00October 18th, 2019|Leadership, Personal Development|

This past weekend, I ran the Market To Market (M2M) relay with six other professional women. This was my fourth M2M, but my first as Team Captain. My prior team’s members transitioned out for a variety of reasons and I was faced with rebuilding the team from the ground up. Looking back, I feel so [...]

Aug 23 2019

Creating a Learning Culture

2019-11-01T17:29:50-05:00August 23rd, 2019|Inspired Ideas, Leadership|

We’re in the knowledge business, and those firms that do the best job of imparting knowledge, developing skills, and building future capacity have the best prospects for long-term success and competitive advantage. In this blog, we’ll explore ideas to help you enhance your firm’s learning culture and make a commitment to life-long learning.  What is [...]

Aug 16 2019

Strategies for “Giving In” To Change

2019-11-13T12:04:42-06:00August 16th, 2019|Inspired Ideas|

Change is hard.  But it’s all over us!  In our nation’s demographics, succession, mergers, technology and turnover, we’re experiencing change at a faster pace than ever before. As firm leaders, we must keep up to sustain our firms and ensure that they are attractive to NextGen clients and team members.  All too often, we see firms putting off needed changes for a variety of [...]

Jul 31 2019

Breakthrough Your Conflict Barriers

2019-07-31T16:05:46-05:00July 31st, 2019|Communication, Inspired Ideas, Leadership, Personal Development|

Whether it is owner disagreements, performance issues, client concerns, or competitive situations, our professional lives are filled with potential conflict. But given the choice, most will shy away or ignore conflict rather than deal with it. Why? Maybe because conflict isn’t fun – or even comfortable – and we’re not very sure we’ll handle it [...]

May 16 2019

Finally, Under Five!

2019-11-01T17:18:46-05:00May 16th, 2019|Inspired Ideas, Personal Development|

I’ve been a runner for 13 years.  And, for the last nearly five years, I have been pursuing the goal to run a full marathon in under five hours. In September 2015, I ran my first in 5:04 and in September 2016, I ran my second in a disappointing 5:07. After completing the 2nd marathon, [...]

Feb 28 2019

My 2019 Three Words

2020-02-12T15:23:27-06:00February 28th, 2019|Inspired Ideas Blog|

Each year, I commit to having three words light my pathway.  Last year, my words were CHANGE, FREEDOM and JOY.  To be sure, I experienced all three, but the one that had the most impact on my outlook was my commitment to finding and experiencing joy in the everyday activities of life.  Throughout last year, I [...]

Dec 19 2018

Joy To The World

2020-02-12T16:59:58-06:00December 19th, 2018|Inspired Ideas, Inspired Ideas Blog|

My last post of 2018. Wow, the year went FAST!  Maybe my joy journey, as chronicled in my prior posts this year caused it to whiz by.  Or, was it the non-stop work flow? Maybe it’s just age? Whatever the reason, life is hurtling by – and I’d better stop and pay attention! Instead of [...]

Nov 14 2018

Joyful, Joyful We Adore Thee!

2020-02-12T17:15:30-06:00November 14th, 2018|Inspired Ideas, Inspired Ideas Blog|

The opening line of one of the best-known hymns in the English language, inspired when Henry Van Dyke was struck by the beauty of the Berkshires. I have been struck, too, by the two worlds I am called to live in.  One world is filled with doomsday prophecies, conspiracy theories, natural disasters and the like.  [...]

Aug 17 2018

You ARE Better Off Without Them!

2018-08-17T14:03:47-05:00August 17th, 2018|HR/Organizational Development, Leadership, Next Generation, Personal Development, Retention Strategies|

I recently wrote a column for the Journal of Accountancy CPA Insider, talking to employees that are unhappy in their work. In this blog, I am talking to firm leaders about how to deal with partners who may be some of the cause of that unhappiness.  I don’t know how many times I have had Managing [...]

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