Dr. Jennifer Signe Card
CEO & Founder
Psy.D. Organizational Leadership Psychology,
MSc. Applied Positive Psychology and Coaching Psychology
Jennifer Signe Card is a leadership consultant, executive coach, organization development (OD) practitioner, author and keynote speaker. She is the founder of EQ @ HQ Consulting.
Jennifer holds a doctorate (Psy.D.) in Organizational Leadership Psychology (USA) where her research focused on executive leadership development, stress resiliency and mind-wellbeing. Jennifer, also, has a Master of Science (M.Sc.) degree in Applied Positive Psychology and Coaching Psychology (UK), a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science (Canada), and a Post Graduate Diploma in Business Management (Canada). Jennifer has earned a certificate in cognitive behavior therapy (CBT) from the Beck Institute (USA), is certified as a Strengthscope Practitioner (UK) and Birkman Assessment Practitioner. As a former yoga and fitness instructor she appreciates the tenets of wellbeing to include both the physical and the psychological.
Jennifer is a member of the International Coaching Federation, the Institute of Coaches, and is the Executive Vice President of the Canadian Positive Psychology Association (CPPA) where she co-chairs the Canadian Workplace Wellbeing Awards.
Jennifer applies her passion for positive psychology and organizational psychology to leader, team, and organization consulting. She believes that a flourishing enterprise is built upon authentic collaboration in which team members have a high level of emotional intelligence (EQ). In addition, Jennifer believes that the super-power of equanimity (EQ2) is a catalyst to innovation, and stress resiliency.
Jennifer resides in Bermuda.
Dr. Ravit Heskiau
People Analytics Consultant
Ph.D. Organizational Behaviour
and Human Resource Management
Ravit Heskiau is an Associate Teaching Professor at D’Amore McKim School of Business, Northeastern University in Boston. Her past teaching experience includes undergraduate, MBA, and Executive MBA courses in the areas of organizational behavior, human resource management, but also in economics, research methodology, statistics, work-life balance, and stress in organizations. Prior to obtaining her PhD in organizational behavior and human resource management from the University of Toronto, Prof. Heskiau held different leadership and education positions, in military and civilian organizations.
Prof. Heskiau’s research is focused on employees’ multiple identities and how the interface between work and non-work roles can be leveraged to promote performance and well-being; it also examines well-being at the leader and team levels. She studies theory-based interventions that empower individuals to manage their identities and growth. Her research was published in the Journal of Applied Psychology and presented at conferences such as the Academy of Management Annual Meeting and the annual conference of the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology. Her research was awarded the Delta Kappa Gamma World Fellowship by the Delta Kappa Gamma International Society for Key Women Educators, as well as the 2018 Best PhD Dissertation Award by the Human Resources Research Institute of Canada.