Jmac Consulting

Transforming Culture from the Inside Out

Welcome to JMac Consulting

A Universal Abundance Experience

A strong corporate culture isn’t defined by ping pong tables, nap pods or unlimited snacks. The best cultures have a positive impact on the lives of employees, derived from the simplicity of shared values, a common vision and mutually beneficial organizational and behavioral practices.

Business leaders who courageously develop their emotional intelligence, leadership skills and organizational best practices create the strongest most sustainable cultures. We facilitate this process.

JMac exists to help your company change from the inside out.

Many times corporations retain consultants who remain on site for months at a time, running quantitative analyses to inform productivity and profitability. Radical changes ensue, but how sustainable are these changes if they are based on facts and figures alone? With a high failure rate, this typical approach doesn’t always provide lasting constructive results.

This is where the impact of human emotion factors in.

Through JMac’s work, we were able to construct a new, engaged and productive culture and put in place effective organizational practices that allowed us to build on our strengths, address weaknesses and work toward the thriving organization of our dreams.

Tracy Carusi
Managing Principal
Collins Cooper Carusi Architects

Featured on The Whole Health Cure Podcast

“Making Work a Healthy and Joyful Experience”

Jennifer talks about finding meaning and purpose in work and life, and how to do it in a balanced way. That includes making change fun and productive, setting boundaries and identifying clear priorities. Jennifer shares important tools and strategies for creating positive and fulfilling work environment that play to our strengths and create joy, instead of leading to burn out. Tune in to learn more!

Change is inevitable, especially in the workplace.

Traditionally, change inside businesses has been managed analytically. But, change evokes fear. This is a primal instinct. Fear plays out in numerous destructive ways, inevitably causing more problems. Without proactively managing the emotional component of leadership, there is a high risk of collateral damage.

For change to be accepted and adopted in the workplace, emotional intelligence needs to be integrated into the change process and facilitated through activities such as leadership and communication training.


Collateral Damage Markers

  • High turnover of valued employees
  • HR grievances that can lead to unnecessary litigation
  • Poor leadership and management skills that cause both