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“Tara helped me better understand key aspects of my company – how should our teams be structured and work together, what are most important aspects of our culture and values, what are the critical people skills we need. She then helped me develop a strategy to address these elements and position the organization for sustained success.”
— Daniel Stein, CEO, Embold Health
“Our partnership with Conscious Revolution has given us so much more than we ever expected. We are learning about Conscious Business, unearthing the Purpose that drives our team, developing a progressive approach to employment and building an even stronger and better culture. A big thank you to Tara for her excellent guidance, wealth of experience and the amazing energy she brings to the table!”
— Helen Andreoli, Founding Partner and CFO, Great Diamond Partners
“Tara Jenkins is a tremendous gift to any organization that uses her as a consultant. Her deep listening skills, shrewd attention and expansive experience have supported us to reach our highest potential as leaders and as an organization working toward our next phase of organizational development. This is complex and challenging work and Tara’s skills have allowed us to do this work comprehensively, and has created an empowering experience for all involved.”
— Co-founders of Maine Inside Out, Margot Fine, Chiara Liberatore and Tessy Seward
“Tara, thank you so much for the work that you do! I’m having one of those serendipity moments that you mentioned would happen. I keep having flashbacks to our coaching sessions and can visualize myself moving through this self-discovery journey. I’m so overwhelmed with the realization of the progress made and so excited for what is coming and where it is going. Thank you! Thank you!”
— Excerpt from coaching client text shared with permission
Reading Time: 6 minutes Since leaving the Human Resources field I’ve been calling into question almost everything about how the people related work in an organization is done. I’m holding up the status quo up to examine it closely and get curious about who is served by that “way” of doing something. I have come to believe that the way HR does their work and how HR is structured is harming employees, therefore harming companies. And I have years of making up to do for my contribution to this mess.
Reading Time: 6 minutes My company partners with business leaders to build conscious businesses that operate in a different way. These companies are the best of the best – they care deeply for their employees and customers – in fact all stakeholders – and they are determined to solve a worthy problem in the world. Because they set out to do business differently they must think about most things differently. We know the model of running businesses in profit maximizing way at all costs can’t continue. Damage in one place damages us all. If you read my last blog you know that I’m questioning a lot of what I’ve learned over the years about running a company. This blog is a continuation of the same theme.
Reading Time: 8 minutes The other day I said to my kids, probably for the 100th time, “if you don’t have anything nice to say then don’t say it at all”. And after I said it I thought, wait, what am I actually saying? What is that saying really teaching them? Is it to be nice and kind and thoughtful or is it to be complacent, quiet, and passive? If you’ve read any of my other blogs you know I’ve been in questioning mode. I’ve been questioning all of my assumptions and beliefs about how the world works or how I interpret the world. I started to think about the old adages I was taught, and likely if you’ve grown up in the US you’ve been taught or heard. I thought about continuing the legacy of these adages by spreading them to my 10 year old son and 12 year old daughter. With this questioning quest I’ve realized that much of what we’ve said and done in the past is wrong, or if not wholly wrong, certainly not as right as I always believed it to be.