Janet Britcher

Janet Britcher

President
Transformation Management

Janet Britcher is president of Transformation Management.  Her success derives from her expertise in: executive coaching, organizational development, and human resources, along with her own extensive management experience.  This rich background provides reference points that assist clients in achieving change, and developing management and leadership skills, in the context of their own organizational culture and systems.  Her clients also benefit from Ms. Britcher’s devotion to continually exploring new management and leadership practices and research.  She synthesizes complex models and translates them into practical tips.  In addition, her years as an entrepreneur provide for a strategic business orientation.

Transformation Management offers:
 

  • Executive coaching
  • Management  and leadership workshops
  • Organization development

Executive Coaching is designed for already highly capable professionals, to enhance their effectiveness within their culture.  Coaching is customized to attain outcomes as defined by the candidate and management. Through inquiry as well as skill building, the client develops increased awareness and a more authentic personal connection to his/her particular style of leadership.  This increases access to personal resources and naturally translates into enrolling and motivating others.

Janet holds an MBA with a concentration in Organization Development; certifications include Myers-Briggs, Neurolinguistic Programming (NLP), and Lego Serious Play (a strategic facilitation process). She has experience using several 360 instruments, as well as change management and team development approaches. 

Previous in-house corporate leadership roles included head of Human Resources & Organization Development for several corporations, including Thomson Financial Software Solutions and a 500-person Boston law firm: Mintz Levin Cohn Ferris Glovsky & Popeo. 

Board roles include: Entrepreneurs Network (affiliated with IEEE), Accion (a microloan company), and the Resource Partnership, (a non-profit providing employment for people with disabilities).

She is a member of the Human Resources Leadership Forum (part of HRPS), past board member of BACAPT (Boston Myers-Briggs chapter), past president of NEWBO (New England Women Business Owners) and past board member of the Venture Forum at Worcester Polytech Institute.  She has been a professor in the management department at Regis College and Lesley University, and is a frequent public speaker.