Resiliency Consulting & Motivational Speaking

Helping your team create resiliency from burnout and thrive during difficult times.

Janna Holterman, is a Life Coach and Registered Nurse. She has experience working in various hospital settings including the cardiovascular ICU with ECMO patients and was working in the ICU during COVID-19.

Now, Janna has a coaching practice helpingĀ nursesĀ recover and prevent burnout and learn to fall in love with nursing again.Ā 

It is one of Janna's passions to give people the tools toĀ succeed and thrive in any environment.



Resiliency from Burnout

Learn how to create energy and handle difficult emotions and situations

  • Logical, thought processing techniques
  • Clear, actionable steps
  • Self-validation and success principles
  • Also available in a workshop or motivation speaking format
Resiliency Consultation


Motivational Speaking

Customized 1 hour workshop based on your team's needs.

  • Topics can include: Energy and resiliency tools, time, and stress management, self-driven success motivation
  • Logical success principles 
  • Tips for creating life long habits
  • Can be done in a workshop or motivation speaking format 
Resiliency consultation

What clients are saying...

It was so wonderful working with Janna! We hired her to speak to USF Health students and staff (Nursing, Pharmacy, Public Health, and Medicine) on the topics of time-management, stress management, and burnout. Janna provided tangible tips and recommendations for decreasing stress, increasing motivation, managing life's competing priorities, and more. Our community was able to relate to Janna's personal experiences in her career field and those who attended thought the presentation was very beneficial. I highly recommend working with Janna for your next program or event!"

- Olivia Moon, M.Ed. Assistance Director for Student Engagement & Wellness, USF Health 

"Janna provided a session for staff and it was so well received, I asked her to present a session on signs of nursing burnout prevention for our students.  This is a very tricky topic to address, as we certainly do not want our current students, a very vulnerable population in the midst of a pandemic to feel as though they should depart from nursing education because they are fearing burnout before getting into the profession.  Janna did a phenomenal job of keeping the focus on the importance of self-care and persisting through challenging times in order to get to the other side.  She maintained her passion for finding success through achieving a balance and having awareness.  She presents very thoughtfully with her words and her charisma is ever-present throughout her talks."

- Tanya Hodges, M.Ed, Ed.D., Director of Student Affairs, USF Nursing