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Ayant grandi à Bruxelles et vivant en Suisse depuis plus de 13 ans, Jenny Ebermann est une Leader, Coach et Formatrice internationale, innovatrice et visionnaire. Ayant un bagage en sport, économie et management, Jenny travaille présentement en tant que Directrice Exécutive pour la Suisse d’une ONG mondialement reconnue.
Avec plus de 17 années de gestion efficace d’équipes multiculturelles, diverses et virtuelles, elle possède une expertise variée au sein de différentes entreprises et organisations, notamment dans le secteur public, en Organisations Internationales, ONGs et grandes multinationales (B2B/ B2C) dans différents pays et continents.
En tant qu’ancien Membre du Conseil d’Administration de l’Association Européenne des Approches basées sur la Pleine Conscience (www.eamba.net) et en tant que Membre active de l’Association MBSR en Suisse (https://www.mindfulness.swiss), Jenny est passionnée en ce qui a trait à la pleine conscience, la communication et le leadership au niveau local et international.
Détenant un CAS et un Diplôme en Coaching ainsi qu’ayant des certifications additionnelles en communication interculturelle, leadership, formation et médiation, Jenny apprécie de pouvoir travailler moyennant des outils systémiques et basés sur la pleine conscience.
Par ailleurs, elle est formée en pleine conscience pour adultes par l’Université de Bangor, UK et adhère aux Standards de Qualité anglais. Pour les enfants/adolescents, Jenny s’est formée auprès de mindfulschools.org (États-Unis) et est certifiée Eline Snel (“Mindfulness matters”) aux Pays-Bas.
Grown up in Brussels and living in Switzerland since over 13 years, Jenny Ebermann is an international innovative and visionary Senior Leader and Personal Development Professional. Originally with a sports, economics and management background, Jenny currently works as CEO for Switzerland for a renowned NGO.
With over 17 years of successful multicultural, cross-functional, virtual team and organisational management, she possesses hands-on experience in the Public Sector, International Organisations, NGOs and Multinational Corporations (B2B/ B2C) in various countries and continents.
As a former Board Member of the European Association for Mindfulness Based Approaches (www.eamba.net), as well as active Member of the Swiss MBSR Association (https://www.mindfulness.swiss), Jenny is passionate about mindfulness, communications and leadership in international and local settings.
Holding a CAS as well as a Diploma in Coaching and having additional certifications in intercultural communications, leadership, training and mediation, Jenny enjoys working with systemic, mindfulness-based methods.
She is trained in mindfulness for adults by Bangor University, UK and adheres to the UK Mindfulness-based teacher training organisation’s good practice guidance. Concerning children/adolescents, Jenny has been trained by mindfulschools.org in the US and is certified by Eline Snel, from the Dutch Academy for Mindful Teaching (AMT).
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Jessica Minahan, MEd, BCBA, is a licensed and board-certified behavior analyst, special educator, as well as a consultant to schools internationally (www.jessicaminahan.com). Jessica has over seventeen years of experience supporting students who exhibit challenging behavior in urban public-school systems.
She is the co-author of The Behavior Code: A Practical Guide to Understanding and Teaching the Most Challenging Students (Harvard Education Press, 2012) and author of The Behavior Code Companion: Strategies, Tools, and Interventions for Supporting Students with Anxiety-Related or Oppositional Behaviors (Harvard Education Press, 2014).
Jenny Mosley is a national and international educational consultant, author and publisher. Based in the UK, with 45 years of experience in schools. Jenny has developed her ‘Golden Model’ approach for Early Years and Primary, interweaving rafts of key ideas promoting staff and pupil wellbeing, listening systems, positive behaviour, school values and calmer lunchtimes and playtimes. With the aim of creating safe learning communities where all children and adults feel valued, respected and listened to, Jenny is in great demand for her inspiring talks and motivational workshops. Jenny’s key areas of expertise include staffrooms, classrooms, dining halls and playgrounds. All of Jenny’s systems promote wellbeing in schools. Her ‘Five Wells for Wellbeing’ were adopted by the National College for School Leadership, UK. Jenny has taught MEds in Education at two universities and her work has been featured many times in the press and aired on the BBC. Jenny travels tirelessly to work with staff and children in schools across the UK and internationally.
More recently, Jenny has created therapeutic training resources aimed at School Recovery and continues to create online resources so that schools can access her support for positive relationships, respectful school communities, speaking and really listening to each other and, importantly, fun, games and enjoyment at school.