Michelle has worked in HR/Organizational Development and Training for 20 years with companies like General Motors, Healthgrades, Levi Strauss, and Oshkosh. Her expertise is in enabling organizations and individuals to manage change, increase performance, and meet or exceed goals by helping them create effective work environments and human resource systems. Michelle is also an executive/life coach. Michelle served as the Senior Vice President of Human Resources for Healthgrades Inc, Care Synergy, and currently, The Therapeutic Research Center. In the SVP role she was responsible for all facets of HR, tactical and strategic, including: merger and acquisition readiness and integration, organizational development, change management, employee/leader development, training, talent management, performance management, work force planning, recruiting, policy and communications. Michelle has a demonstrated ability to manage large-scale change, mergers and acquisitions in domestic and global settings. She possesses a strong track record of organizational development consulting, particularly complex, transformation across multiple functions, countries, regions, and with external business partners. She is an effective communicator who is able to establish collaborative relationships at all levels of the organization. During her time with General Motors, she worked globally with a variety of professionals in diverse fields including health, manufacturing, education, finance, aviation, travel, communications, and engineering. During this time, Michelle also worked with outside clients such as, Central Michigan University, EDS, and the Detroit Police Department. Michelle holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology from Central Michigan University, and a Master’s of Arts degree in Organizational Development from Fielding University, in Santa Barbara, California. Michelle currently operates her own HR/OD Consulting Company.
How Emotional Intelligence & Conscious Leadership Lead To Digital Transformation
Organizations in today’s digital world face a level of complexity and uncertainty not seen before. This brings new possibilities and new challenges.