Janet Britcher is an experienced executive coach and consultant, primarily working with leaders being promoted and/or taking on expanded responsibilities. Prior to becoming self-employed, Janet has held leadership roles as a member of the senior management team at Thomson Financial Software Division and Mintz Levin (law firm) and has managed groups of up to 60 employees.
In addition to coaching and consulting with senior leaders, Janet designs and delivers leadership development workshops, and team facilitation programs. These programs focus on leadership leverage points, resulting in discussions and skill building, which are relevant, practical, and essential to a teams' success. These workshops are designed to enhance leadership effectiveness by enabling each leader to enhance their own unique style, while strengthening delegation, feedback, strategic thinking, enrolling and inspiring others, and increasing individual and team results. Providing proven leadership development techniques, as well as immediate application and practice of new behaviors, leaders enhance their accountability and authenticity allowing themselves and their organizations to transform.
Janet holds an MBA with a concentration in Organization Development from Boston College; certifications include Myers-Briggs, Neurolinguistic Programming (NLP), Lego Serious Play (a strategic facilitation process), a Gestalt-based group process, Immunity to Change and Graphic Facilitation. She is a devotee of Carl Jung's psychological concepts, having studied in Ireland, Vermont, and Boston, and has presented at the Jung Institute in Boston. She has been an adjunct faculty member in the management departments at Lesley University and Regis College.
Clients include a wide range of industries including pharmaceutical, biotech, medical, nursing, assisted living facilities, real estate development and financial services.
Professional leadership roles in the past have included President of New England Women Business Owners, Board Member of WPI Venture Forum, Entrepreneur's Network (IEEE), Accion USA a microlending organization, and Vice President Membership for the Boston Area Chapter of Applied Psychological Type (Myers-Briggs). Janet is a frequent public speaker on the topic of leadership.