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Justine is an educator who through her storytelling, humor, and passion inspires her clients to create real and lasting change in their lives at home and at work.
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President and CEO, Laclede Chain Manufacturing
Words do not do justice to the impact Justine's training has had on us as individuals, leaders, and our organization. Brené Brown’s material is exactly what we need to take our team’s leadership to the next level and Justine was the perfect facilitator/guide on the journey.
Manager of Talent Development, Commerce Bank
Justine is one of the brave people helping leaders think differently and strive to build genuine connections with their teams. For the past few years, Justine has been a staple in our leadership development programs at Commerce Bank.
Vice President, Psychological Associates
In my opinion, this is one of, if not the best, programs I’ve seen since I’ve been involved with St. Louis Organization Development Network. Justine’s combination of knowledge from being a therapist coupled with the Brené Brown content is a very powerful combination!
Lori Maher McCombs
Owner, Maher Group
Justine’s presentations are suited for any audience, and in particular, will help leaders build a stronger, more resilient culture. As a convention planner, I would highly recommend any of Justine’s presentations. She is a true joy to work with!
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From the Blog.
Not sure where to begin with Justine’s work? Check out our curated collection of videos, podcasts, posts, and educational material.
sit beside, seek to understand, and do
Maybe today, rather than shouting our either/or solution at someone, we could sit beside, seek to understand, and do, and I mean really freaking do, something different.
I stand in, live from, and know my enoughness
I long gave up finding my enoughness in accolades, awards, likes, follows, and shares. Or being fancy enough to be in the room, let alone at the front of the room teaching.
You deserve to be seen
Maybe your vulnerability has been used against you, especially in leadership. It's not okay.
Is it really guilt?
Is it guilt you're really feeling?
sometimes people don’t have what we need.
This means that we love people within their limitations, set boundaries while having care and respect for them, feel all the feelings that come up for us when people don't have what we need, and then go find what we
Calling out vs calling in
A room full of CEOs rumbling with how to be empathic while holding people accountable and the difference between calling out vs calling in
Love. Connection. Grace.
For as much as a constant change is in our lives, it seems like it is the thing we also struggle with the most a lot of the time.
I share a lot when I write and teach. Chances are, my vulnerability often makes you pretty uncomfortable.
Deep breath, lean in, receive.
If we don't do the work to make our wired-for-comfort brain lean into vulnerability, we literally miss the chance to receive appreciation and love.