Change projects can be tough. We believe that they deserve to be done well, both for the people impacted and the organizations they serve.
About Red Clover
What we do
Change impacts people and the organizations where they work. It comes from business growth, changing market conditions, new skills requirements, changing customer demands, new products, advances in technology, economic pressures, and so on.
In times of change, a strong people strategy is the backbone to business success. Our objective is to help you realize the financial benefits and opportunities of your business goals, whether that includes leadership and communication, organization and job design, training and performance management, or knowledge management and people-transition planning.
We partner with you to achieve your most challenging business changes through the design and implementation of people-based strategies and plans. And, we roll up our sleeves and help you deliver, whether it’s setting up the HR processes for your growing business or helping you manage a reorganization resulting from new technology, outsourcing or relocation.
How we do it
We work a little differently. After years of managing consultants in our corporate lives, we have a certain approach to our work that we feel puts our clients first.
- We only take on projects where we are convinced that we can add value. If we feel that we aren’t a good fit, we’ll try to refer you to someone who is.
- Many of our consultants work part-time. It allows us to tap into a different talent pool for our consultants and partners.
- Knowledge transfer is part of every project. We teach you to fly solo, not co-pilot.
We believe that when given a choice between work and family, family should always come first. And while we need our work to provide for our family, we shouldn’t miss out on the special moments with loved ones because of work commitments, especially when we can usually achieve both goals. The key is good planning and communication. We share of ourselves personally and professionally and focus on why we do what we do, every day.
Got your back
My job is to make your job easier. It’s a simple concept and it applies to our clients and our colleagues. It also means that, while we seek clarification, we don’t second guess each other’s motives. It also means that we tell each other things that we might not want to hear, but that we need to hear to do better for our clients and the team.
Our clients trust us with some of their most sensitive and confidential business information. We consider it a privilege to offer guidance and help define their strategic direction and strive to do our best for them, individually and as a team. If we ever feel that we are not in a position to give our best, whatever the reason, then we are not the right firm for the job. We foster trust and earn repeat business by openly communicating both what we can and cannot do.
If we want to lead organizations and people effectively, and help our clients do the same, we have to own the challenges that come with leadership. If there is a problem, we don’t point fingers or find an excuse. Every problem is our problem. When confronted with an issue, our first reaction is to take responsibility to fix it. We own it and we work together to solve it.
As someone who started in IT, moved to HR and has worked on projects in more than 10 countries, Jennifer believes that anything can be learned, given the right context, attitude and support. She strives to help clients achieve their goals and transfer knowledge internally to their organization so that they achieve ongoing, sustainable change.
Jennifer has worked in HR Management roles and led Change Management projects focused on leadership development, organizational culture alignment, restructuring, and process change. Over the course of her career, she has covered the full range of HR processes across multiple countries and organizations.
Now as the Managing Director of Red Clover, Jennifer works with clients to address some of their most challenging change problems. While she has worked across a number of industries, she specializes in technology, consumer products, food and beverage, as well as technology-related change. Jennifer is a dual US-Swiss citizen and is fluent in English and French.