Humanly Possible, Inc.
Chicago, IL, USA / United States / the world!
+1 708 848 0514
Applying the tools of improvisation and the latest thinking in psychological science, Jackie works with leaders to
• revitalize organizations,
• create high-performance teams,
• balance strategic dilemmas,
• resolve interpersonal conflicts, and
• facilitate innovation.
If the current and future leaders of your organization seek improved results, greater success, and more personal satisfaction, please contact Jackie at HumanlyPossible.com.
"Our Chapter Executive Meeting ended yesterday and again the crowd was so grateful for your presentation and your encouragement. You bring ideas to light that give hope and provide calm. We thank you for that!"
-- Vice President, Human Resources | Alzheimer's Association National Office
"The program was exceptional. Very relevant and practical. So many helpful tools. Thank you!"
"This class, without a doubt, was the most beneficial of any I’ve taken. The balance of theory and application was tremendous. This is a must take for any leader!"
"One of the best 'training' courses I've attended in 25 years. Thank you very much."
"Jackie had tremendous pace. She also balanced inquiry and challenge appropriately. Incredibly smart, informed, current/relevant and approachable."
"The course itself felt like one great positive mental vacation."
-- Organizational Change workshop participants
Jackie Gnepp, Ph.D. (www.HumanlyPossible.com) enjoys using applied improvisation to create meaningful insights into the psychology of management , organizational change, decision making, diversity issues, and leadership. She is an expert management psychologist and executive coach with years of experience helping individuals, teams, and organizations worldwide achieve real breakthroughs.
Jackie has facilitated workshops internationally for the University of Chicago Booth School of Business, for Duke University’s Fuqua School of Business, for the Melbourne Business School in Australia, for Accenture, for Leading Women Executives, and at Fortune 100 companies. Jackie has authored or co-authored over 60 articles, book chapters, and presentations on people management, emotional intelligence, and performance improvement.