Happy Whole Human… It’s Happening!
How are your relationships going? Have you ever wondered by we all can’t just get along? If you’re like the vast majority of Americans, it may be hard to connect to others without losing yourself or trying to control them. Research shows that most people inadvertently engage in patterns of self-absorption that put their personal, relationship, and organizational health at risk.
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Founder, Academy for Conscious Leadership, Whole Foods Market
From cashier to financial trainer to marketer and cultural warrior, Jessica Agneessens has held a variety of positions at Whole Foods over the last sixteen years, carrying out each one with a passionate spirit and a love of the company’s mission and values. As founder of the Academy for Conscious Leadership—Whole Foods Market’s leadership and culture educational arm—she designed a program that has helped over 1500 top leaders recognize that the person they are translates directly into what kind of leader they are. The Academy’s curriculum helps give leaders permission to be compassionate challengers for the team members they are charged with protecting and guiding to fulfillment to create a culture of meaning and high energy.
Jessica started working with the Conscious Capitalism movement about a decade ago when John Mackey asked her to aid in facilitation of one of the early gatherings from which the movement took its name. In addition to being a new mother, Jessica is currently co-authoring a book with Timothy Henry, Raj Sisodia and John Mackey about the real life implementation of cultural practices that help businesses aspire, emerge and evolve towards the tenants of Conscious Capitalism. Jessica is a dynamic facilitator, an authentic storyteller and one hell of a curator. She consults with companies that want to activate a conscious approach to their successful business model.
Jessica studied English and Integrated Liberal Studies at the University of Wisconsin—Madison, where she still teaches occasionally.
Founder, Happy Whole Human Institute of Holistic Wellness
Dr. Lisa Leit, Founder of HAPPY WHOLE HUMAN™, is an aspiring Happy Whole Human dedicated to continual growth and evolution. She is also a management consultant, public speaker, coach, and author. Lisa conducts academic, executive, and enterprise level instruction, inspirational seminars, data gathering and analysis, holistic wellness consulting, mediation, and relationship coaching. Her clients include families, Fortune 100 companies, government leaders, professional athletes, university systems, and small and large-scale organizations. She also trains and certifies HAPPY WHOLE HUMAN™ coaches.
Her HAPPY WHOLE HUMAN™ products and the Holistic Wellness Coaching vision, approach, and methods are enhanced by applied experience in diverse settings and over 20 years of education. Her Ph.D. from the University of Texas at Austin (UT) in Human Ecology with an emphasis on the psychology of interpersonal communication qualify her as an expert in the fields of developmental psychology and behavioral dynamics. Trained to conduct quantitative research by top in field professors and pioneers in the field of interpersonal relationships, her cutting edge comprehensive holistic wellness self-assessment and corresponding online curriculum facilitate the optimal balance of self and other focus by empowering individuals as they overcome unconscious patterns of narcissism and codependence.
Her book Conversational Narcissism in Marriage: Effects on Partner Mental Health and Marital Quality Over the Transition to Parenthood (with co-authors Dr. Debby Jacobvitz and Dr. Nancy Hazen-Swann) was published in 2008. As an expert on the subject of narcissism, her authoritative entries on both Communication and Narcissism and Narcissism in Marriage are published in the International Encyclopedia of Interpersonal Communication.