E34: You Are Going to be Brilliant Jennifer Phillips
The Colored Girl
Tori dives in deep with Jennifer about being an author & influencer by passion and purpose. Overcoming verbal, emotional & physical abuse that became a woman by age but a foul mouth & disrespectful little girl by maturity level. She had to fail at personal, family & professional relationships in order to identify the common culprit: herself. Through spiritual healing, therapy, self improvement & leaning on her Sisters, She is slowly becoming the woman she was created to be.
Interview with Author/Educator Mrs. Jennifer Phillips
This is an interview with my sister from another mister. We go back to the mid 90s, and were blessed to minister together in Joyful Noise and Total Praise. She recently wrote a book titled “Graced.” Support this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/kwesi-speaks/donations
Date: 5/1/2020 Show Description: “Today we welcome our pal, Jennifer Phillips. Jenni is the CEO of the Cognitive Performance Group, which she cofounded in 2006. Her work focuses expert decision-making, primarily in the military training community. She and her colleagues at CPG have pioneered research into the development of skilled performance, and designed innovation in the areas of decision-centered training and assessment, including the development and application of mastery models. Among her many publications is a chapter in the Oxford Handbook of Expertise exploring mastery models and their value in supporting the acquisition and assessment of expertise.” Learn More About Jenni: Cognitive Performance Group Developing Mastery Models to Support the Acquisition and Assessment of Expertise Learn more about NDM: NaturalisticDecisionMaking.org Journal of Cognitive Engineering and Decision Making Where to find hosts Brian Moon and Laura Militello: Brian’s website Brian’s LinkedIn Brian’s Twitter Laura’s website Laura’s LinkedIn Laura’s Twitter Timestamps: Jenny describes her focus of expertise, including tactical thinking in the marine corps and mastery models [1:30] Jenni breaks down the term “mastery model” and its stages [3:45] Jenni gives a mastery model example from her work with marine corps instructors [6:05] Work on assessment of decision skills, performance rubrics, and the process of adaptability [9:50] Major influences in Jenni’s career in NDM [14:05] Other people and organizations outside the NDM community who have impacted Jenni’s work [16:30] What makes Jenni’s approach and expertise unique in her field [19:15] Challenges and nuances of working in a military environment [21:30] Difficulty getting buy-in to conduct research in law enforcement [23:45] A favorite anecdote from research in IED defeat work [24:45] Some distinct and difficult nuances of IED defeat work in Afghanistan and Iraq [29:45] Meaning and application of “cognitive fidelity” [32:50] A surprising characteristic of young researchers [35:20] One single question that can determine if someone is an NDM practitioner [39:05] Two truths and a lie [39:45] Excitement about research on making mastery models work at a large scale [42:10]
In this episode, Kelli is chatting with Jennifer Phillips. Jennifer is the author of 30 Days of Hope for Adoptive Parents and knows how to harness the power of hope and connection to uplift fellow adoptive parents. As the mother of four, including a daughter, adopted from China, she went viral for a blog post that documented her struggle and eventual revelation about power struggles between parents and children. Join the Beauty Is Rising Virtual Adoptive Mom Conference by signing up here! For episode show notes & more visit here!