Sustaining a thriving culture, whether growing or shrinking and all the messy learnings that come with change
It’s possibly your dream HR role. You get to double the team with a company on a mission that speaks to your heart. You nail it. Just in time for the business to be impacted by lack of funding, you must lay off 75% of the people you just hired. It’s the rollercoaster that can come along with the HR journey. Whether you are growing a team or a contraction is on the horizon, analyze a case study to learn some approaches to grow your team well or brilliantly navigate the brutal layoff. All while ensuring the team you have in place is thriving and on a mission.
- Unique ways to ensure you are hiring for culture fit
- How to navigate dreaded layoffs
- Key strategies for retaining a thriving culture during times of change
- Learn from mistakes made
Rachel Hart, M.S., SPHR, CPCC, ACC
Rachel’s mission is to help individuals and organizations realize their peak potential and achieve self-defined growth goals in the fastest, healthiest, and most effective manner — in partnership with an executive coach and human resources expert.
Rachel brings over 22 years of Human Resources experience, including training and development, communication and change, performance management, organizational culture and vision, conflict management, and leadership development. She is a people-centric leader, adept at creating and managing high-performing teams and working alongside executive leadership to produce impactful results. Rachel understands the complexities of operating in fast-paced, results-oriented organizations and thrives when leading individuals and teams through times of change and growth.
Rachel is a certified executive coach, a certified Senior Professional in Human Resources, and has her Master’s in Human Resources. She is FieldLevel’s, a sports tech company local in San Diego’s, Chief People Officer.
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