Jacqueline engages individuals, groups, and large systems in envisioning and co-creating changes they care about.
In her academic and research work in organizational behavior, Jacqueline McLemore has focused on the role of narratives in managing and leading change efforts. For more than 22 years, she had her own consulting firm, where she supported multi-year engagements with entities including city, county, and state governments; a global faith-based organization; manufacturing firms; and a range of non-profit organizations. In her coaching practice, she has worked with professional service firms.
Jacquie’s recent work in collaborating with various stakeholders to understand and shape efforts on green infrastructure is an example of the type of engagement she enjoys. It required leadership coaching, meeting design and facilitation, and meaning-making.
Culture change, coaching, facilitation, large-group methodologies