Jennifer Garvey Berger



Dr. Jennifer Garvey Berger is internationally recognized for supporting leaders to thrive under conditions of growing complexity, uncertainty and change. Jennifer coaches senior leaders, and she designs and teaches leadership programs that expand not only the way leaders work but also the way they think about the world. Her last book, Changing on the job: Developing leaders for a complex world, has been called “quite simply the best book on leadership and adult development out there.” Her latest book, Simple habits for complex times: Powerful practices for leaders (co-authored by Keith Johnston), was published this month by Stanford Business Books. Jennifer has a Masters degree and a Doctorate from Harvard University. Formerly an associate professor at George Mason University, Jennifer learned about deep change in 2006 when she turned down the tenure offer and moved to a small seaside village in New Zealand with her husband, two kids, and the family dog.