About

Jessica Walter, MS, APR

Jessica is an author and advisor who uses behavioral science to help leaders solve their most complex challenges by teaching them an energizing and emotionally healthy style of leadership

PROFESSIONAL BACKGROUND:

She has served as a consultant for a global management advisory firm, a strategist and practice leader for a communication firm, a marketing executive for a regional bank, a marketing and PR director for a health system, a public affairs officer for a Dept. of Defense command, and the assignment editor for a TV newsroom.

JESSICA’S POINT OF VIEW:

“Emotionally healthy work environments are key to experiencing purpose and joy — and isn’t that really what it’s all about?”

PUBLICATIONS:

Her work has been featured in SAP Insights, Mindful Marketing, Training Magazine, Becker’s Hospital Review, Business Marketing Journal, and the Central Penn Business Journal.

EDUCATION & CERTIFICATIONS:

  • Executive Influence Certificate, Wharton School of Business
  • Master’s degree in Leadership & Business Ethics, Duquesne University
  • Bachelor’s degree in Mass Communication, Towson University
  • Accreditation in Public Relations (APR)
  • Certified Lean Systems Leader
  • Certified Professional Leadership Coach

Email Jessica at jwalter@unbeatableresults.com.

Thomas Groft

Thomas is a coach and former Paratrooper with the U.S. Army’s 82nd Airborne Division in Fort Bragg, N.C.

He specializes in helping clients identify the true drivers behind their goals and offering unique perspectives to help them reframe tough situations.

THOMAS’ POINT OF VIEW:

“It all depends on how you look at it — and what you allow yourself to see.”

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