Jane is an iPEC certified Executive Coach (ICF/ACC), and an Energy Leadership Index Master Practitioner (ELI-MP). She is a Professional Speaker, and Author of the book, “WISEWOMAN LEADERSHIP”. Jane has an A.A. in Theatre Arts from Stephens College and a B.A. in Communications from the University of Denver. In addition, she is certified as an instructor/coach for: Dale Carnegie Leadership and Communications; High Power Presentations; Relationship Savvy, and Perfect Customers. Jane also has more than 30 years of experience as a Management Consultant and Program Manager within the national retail industry.
Jane knows what it takes to deliver projects on time and on budget, build strong teams and generate business worth millions of dollars. Her ability to lead teams of business and technical consultants and promote client communications led her to successfully develop corporate-wide re-engineering strategies. These strategies help business process and information systems and to have oversight responsibility for implementation projects valued at upwards of $100 million with teams of more than 150 people.
In addition, for more than 20 years Jane has been involved in training, facilitating and coaching teams of technical consultants and engineers, both in the area of software product training and in soft skills such as proposal delivery, practice development for technical teams, and teambuilding. Her consulting teams consistently generated additional software and consulting contracts for as much as $25 million per project. She has also been a national presenter on behalf of retail merchandise vendors such as Vera Bradley.
Body Central, GAP, Circle K, CVS, Crowley’s Dept. Stores, Jo-Ann Fabric, Lo-Jack, Longs Drug Stores, Luxottica Group, Raley’s, REI, SAAN, Stuarts Department Stores, Vera Bradley, and Wolf Camera.
“Jane led our IT management team through a process to increase our departmental communications and facilitated our annual IT planning session…the presentation of our plans was 10 times better than the prior year. We would certainly do it again.”
– Kevin Stack, CIO, JoAnn Fabric