Jennifer Garvey Berger
Jennifer researches, writes, and teaches about leadership development, adult development, and transformational learning. Jennifer explores the workplace as one of the major centres of learning for adults, and she uses her research and consulting to help adults think about their work and their workplaces in ways that help them gain new perspectives and capacities to make positive changes.
Before coming to NZCER in 2006, Jennifer was an Associate Professor at George Mason University in the US; she has also taught undergraduate, graduate, and professional development courses at Harvard University, Georgetown University, and the Bard Institute of Writing and Thinking.
Jennifer is a partner at the leadership development consultancy Kenning Associates, and is a fellow at the Center for Public Leadership at the Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University. Jennifer holds a masters degree in teaching and learning and a doctorate in adult development from Harvard University.
Jennifer’s research and practice interests include:
- leadership development
- organisational learning
- the shift to 21st Century teaching and learning
- the growth of complexity of mind
- the Subject-Object Interview.