Deborah Jenkins is a workforce and leadership trainer, keynote speaker, business management consultant, executive coach, and writer, who helps entrepreneurial organizations of any size or industry to leverage their corporate culture advancement through development of their leadership and human capital assets.
In addition to having a Bachelor’s Degree in Human Resource Management and Professional Certifications from renowned organizations including a SHRM-CP from the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) and a PHR from the Human Resource Certification Institute (HRCI), she has over 25 years of real world experience in human resource management, business consulting, and training and development in a variety of industries including higher education, manufacturing, construction, accounting, telecommunications, retail, health care, fitness, government, union, and nonprofits. She serves her clients by using her expertise in leadership growth and development, teamwork and collaboration, change management, emotional intelligence and agility philosophies utilizing neuroscience principles, employee engagement, motivation and innovation, problem-solving using critical thinking skills, and most passionately, Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion.
Deborah is also an Authorized Everything DiSC® Partner, offering her clients the valuable personality assessments and solutions that address personal tendencies, preferences, and approach agility. Further, she has been a active member and board member for SHRM local and state chapters as well as Toastmaster’s International local chapter. Deborah is a life-long Montanan and when she isn’t busy with her business, HR Solutions, LLC, she enjoys roaming the mountains with camping, hiking, and 4-wheeler adventures, tooling the lakes on her SeaDoo’s, tending to her yard and garden, entertaining family and friends, and indulging in meditative pi-yoga.
Although many people try to avoid it, even fear it, change is inevitable. In the business world, stagnation can be lethal. If your organization is not moving forward, it is likely moving backwards and will be left in the dust. Understanding ...