Wednesday July 27th at 11 AM EDT
Come join Dr. Michelle Prince and Bob Kelner in a conversation on how and why human capital professionals are stakeholders in collaboration and communication solutions which can enable more workforce equity, positively impacting DEIB, retention, engagement, and productivity.
Human capital professionals are involved in policies, solutions and their execution impacting employee engagement, retention, attraction, and productivity. Yet, decisions on work and productivity solutions have typically been the domain of IT. Today hybrid work requires that human capital professionals are stakeholders in the solutions that will improve productivity, employee collaboration and communications when working in teams synchronously and just as importantly, asynchronously, both digitally and in-person.
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Dr. Michelle Prince is a leadership coach and human capital consultant extensive experience that spans industries, global regions, and the full cycle of human resource functions. She has held senior-level and executive roles in Fortune 500 companies over the past 20 years. Michelle has been a key leader in the global implementation of new technologies and business practices in response to changes in customer expectations, anticipated market variations, legal or regulatory requirements; as well as the ongoing development of a diverse global workforce, shifts in organizational structures, and merger & acquisition integrations.
Through her Executive Coaching, Michelle empowers professionals to accelerate through transformations and navigate productively across a wide range of professional and organizational challenges. Michelle also consults with organizations and Learning and Development teams to create leadership development programs that result in greater leadership agility and effective human capital strategies that produce enhanced employee engagement and productivity.
Michelle is passionate about making the world a better place, helping people and organizations achieve their peak performance, and being a change-maker on a global scale. That is why she is involved in creating the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals Corporate Guidebook series with the SHERPA Institute. Michelle is currently co-authoring the UN SDG Target 8 Guidebook, which promotes sustained, inclusive, and sustainable economic growth, full and productive employment, and decent work for all. Michelle is also a contributor to the Global Council for the Promotion of International Trade (GCPIT), the GCPIT Womenomics in Action global program, along with being an Advisory Board member for women-owned global technology startups and upskilling/reskilling-related professional organizations.
Michelle earned a Doctor of Management in Organizational Leadership from University of Phoenix, a Master of Science in Human Resources from Rochester Institute of Technology, a Bachelor of Science in Business Management from Binghamton University and has been a certified Leadership Coach since 2006. She is engaged in a variety of volunteer and community activities related to helping people live their best lives.
Bob Kelner is a strategist in WorkTech, HRTech, and SkillsTech and recognized for spotting trends and developing the valuable commercial insights to change the mindsets of practitioners and thought leaders on human capital challenges and the solutions to solve them.
Prior to collaborating with Alleo Bob consulted to Hitch (acquired by ServiceNow Jun’22), Healthy Leader, onQ, Bongo, StandingOut/W3, Study.com and CAEL. Bob led teams at Laureate Education Inc., Bellevue University and Kaplan University on innovating skill-based higher education employer/employee solutions. Bob earned his Bachelor of Science in Accounting at the University of Florida. Go Gators!