Jacqueline Carter, a management and organizational development expert, is an international partner of The Potential Project, whose mission is to enhance organizational and individual performance and well-being through skillful application of mindfulness in a corporate context.
Also the director of the North American branch of the organization, Jacqueline has more than 20 years of experience supporting organizations in the public, private, and nonprofit sectors going through large-scale change.
With a master’s degree in organizational behavior, she has held a wide range of leadership and consulting roles across a range of industries, including transportation, oil and gas, insurance, and government. For the past decade, Jacqueline has been teaching mindfulness in organizations, helping them integrate mindfulness practices into daily organizational life in order to increase focus, clarity, and results.
Her clients include Google, Sony, American Express, Suncor, and RBC, among others, and she has led sessions on corporate mindfulness at numerous international conferences. She contributes regularly to the Huffington Post and has appeared on Breakfast Television as well as radio talk shows.
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