Founded in 1986, The Jennings Group specializes in working with engineering firms, environmental services companies, contracting firms, and other technically-focused organizations to provide solutions to complex business management and training issues.
In our flagship course, The Jennings Group provides leadership skills development training for engineering managers and executives. Our objective is to build leadership skills and emotional intelligence as a practical skill set to transform high potential managers into exceptional high impact leaders, and to equip them to create a leadership culture. Our program develops both personal and organizational leadership skills.
Since 1999, The Jennings Group has completed over 85 extended leadership skills training programs for over 1,600 engineering managers and executives. We have achieved a record of consistent personal growth metrics.
In eight full-day sessions spaced over the course of several months, we focus on developing knowledge of self and others, communication of vision that motivates buy-in, and leading with integrity. We conduct our programs over several months to give participants time to practice what they have learned, get reinforcement in the next session, and get comfortable with their changed behavior over time.
This training has been conducted for both private clients and through associations. It has been accepted as an industry standard by the ACEC of MA, ACEC of NY, ACEC of VA, ACEC of NH, American Society of Civil Engineers, and others.
The Jennings Group develops and facilitates:
Programs are individually tailored to best meet the client's needs.
How can we help?
Please contact us for more information on what The Jennings Group can do for your firm.
While multiple strains of COVID-19 continue to spread through interpersonal contact and while many people are still waiting to receive vaccinations, The Jennings Group will only take part in training, consulting, conferences/symposia, and other activities when reasonable measures have been enacted to protect participants' lives and health. This includes remote participation, decontamination of surfaces/microphones/etc., the use of masks and gloves, and social distancing of at least 2 meters (6 feet).
The health of our facilitators and participants is too important — we will continue to practice caution when the stakes are so high.
At The Jennings Group, we condemn racism, discrimination, and the violent treatment that too often has been the response that Americans who are Black, Indigenous, and People of Color (BIPOC) and AAPI have received from law enforcement and from others. We extend our sympathies to the loved ones of those who have been killed so senselessly.
We cannot change the past, but we can act now to create a better community moving forward. It’s important for us all to do the right thing, even when it is not always the easy thing. Let’s work together to build a better world for all people, and for the generations to come.
If you are reading this, we urge you to take a leadership role—in your family, your community, your place of business, and in the public sphere—and work to create an environment that is safe, welcoming, and fair for everyone.