19. Jennifer Wilson - ConvergenceCoaching, LLC.

48 minutes

The novel Coronavirus has affected everyone’s day-to-day lives. Businesses and people alike are having to adapt to the new normal and have shifted how they go about working. Companies, some for the first time, have adjusted to a remote working model while supporting their employees from home.

Working remotely is nothing new for Jennifer Wilson, this weeks’ guest on the “How That Happened” Podcast. Jennifer Wilson is the founder and CEO of ConvergenceCoaching, LLC., a fully remote Leadership Development Consultancy focused on the accounting profession. Prior to starting ConvergenceCoaching, Jennifer served as a Partner for BDO, a firm offering audit, assurance, and tax services to their clients, among other offerings. She has also held numerous leadership positions in consultancy and sales with multiple software service companies.

In this episode, Jennifer discusses how she keeps her employees connected while being a fully-remote company, how to remain a great leader while being apart from your employees, and how to remain intentional in your day-to-day activities when distractions can come into play.

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