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Jill Golde, M.S.
Partner & SVP, Market Development

Jill Golde is Partner and Senior Vice President, Market Development for Language of Caring. Jill has been Partner and a creative force in the Language of Caring since its inception. Currently, she is responsible for learning about market needs, championing the Language of Caring with prospective clients and also serving as presenter and coach with selected client organizations. Jill brings to Language of Caring 20+ years of experience in organizational change, leadership development and training with private and public-sector organizations. Having partnered with many hospitals, health systems and medical practices to help them achieve and sustain cultures of caring, she is known for her genuine connection and caring, her sense of humor, her astute observation skills and her remarkable ability to share her perceptions in a constructive fashion. Also, full of integrity, Jill models the skills she imparts. Jill holds an M.S. in Organization Development from American University and a B.A. in Education from Washington University.

On the Healthcare Experience: “Over many years, I have been intensely involved with my mother, husband, kids, other family and friends, as they face healthcare challenges. When they’ve had satisfying experiences, I’ve been joyful. But when they have felt anxiety, disappointment, confusion, fear, insecurity and worry, I have felt distraught and sometimes helpless to ease their way. These experiences fuel my determination to help healthcare professionals make their caring felt every day in every interaction with every patient, family member and coworker. I am also determined to help the talented people in healthcare apply and celebrate their strengths, and stay connected to and inspired by their personal missions.”

What I enjoy: “In addition to loving and feeling privileged to do the work that I do, I enjoy time with my family and friends, playing outdoors and great movies and books.”

Favorite Quote: “The antidote to exhaustion is not rest. It is whole heartedness.” – David Whyte

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