The People of Innate Force
Jill Soucy is a passionate leader of strategic talent management and founding partner of Innate Force Coaching & Consulting. She helps individuals, teams, and organizations create a vision for what’s possible, turn ideas into action, and realize their potential.
Jill is a possibilitarian. As a Gallup-Certified Strengths Coach, she inspires and guides individual, team and organizational capabilities by helping people gain awareness of their innate talents that will allow them to reach their greatest potential for leadership, engagement, and performance. Through her no-nonsense yet compassionate approach, Jill facilitates positive change in individuals and creates synergy across teams and organizations.
Jill held a variety of leadership positions over the past two decades at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, most recently as the Executive Director of Human Resources and Strategic Talent Management for the MIT Alumni Association. Prior to MIT, Jill was a community-organizer and recruiter with the Corporation for National and Community Service.
She holds a BA in Psychology and Human Services from Simmons University and an MBA from Simmons College School of Management. In addition to being a Gallup-Certified Strengths Coach, Jill is a Gallup-Trained BP10 (Builder Profile) Coach, is a certified MBTI Practitioner, and holds a Graduate Certificate in Coaching from Babson College.
Jill’s top five strengths are Empathy, Futuristic, Connectedness, Learner, and Maximizer.
Jill lives on the North Shore of Massachusetts where she enjoys exploring the reservations, farms, and beaches of the Atlantic seashore with her husband and daughter, and their variety of family pets.
Chris Soucy is a Strengths Evangelist and a founding partner of Innate Force Coaching & Consulting. Also, he is a Senior Consultant for KGA, Inc. (Katherine Greer & Associates), the leading Employee Assistance Provider (EAP) serving New England.
Before that role, he worked for close to a decade at Harvard University’s Center for Workplace Development as a Program Manager for Leader/Manager Development. In that role, he oversaw courses and multi-day programs designed to strengthen leadership ability at all levels within the University. He also served as Lead Instructor for Harvard’s “New Manager Series” (the introductory training session for all University managers) and “Foundations of Leadership” (first-level invitation-only leadership offering); both courses were designed to teach and solidify skills for great people management practices and launch participants into truly being leaders for their staff and departments. Also, he specializes in career development and helping others explore career opportunities that truly engage their talents and strengths.
Before coming to Harvard, he worked in Human Resources Generalist roles for Lesley University and Suffolk University and continues to teach as an adjunct faculty member at North Shore Community College.
Chris received his Bachelor’s in Social Psychology and a Master's degree in Human Resource Management from Suffolk University, is a Gallup-Certified Strengths Coach, and holds the SPHR designation (Senior Professional in Human Resources, the highest-level professional certificate rating by the Human Resource Certification Institute).
Chris' top five strengths are Empathy, Relator, Intellection, Input, and Adaptability.
Chris lives on the North Shore of Boston, where he loves hiking through the woods with his wife and daughter.