Emily Douglas, USA, Leadership & Management
Emily Douglas joined Battelle for Kids, a nonprofit that provides strategic counsel and innovative solutions for school districts, state education departments, and nonprofits globally, in 2009. She works with organizations on projects pertaining to comprehensive human capital change management, strategic compensation, process improvement, staffing, strategic planning, workforce development, staff evaluation, and organizational redesign efforts.
In 2013 she was selected by Workforce Magazine from a pool of international HR practitioners under 40 years old, from all industries, as an 'HR Game Changer.'
Emily has her Masters in Labor and Human Resources (MLHR) and her Master’s in Business Administration (MBA) from The Ohio State University Fisher College of Business and her Bachelor’s degree from Miami University. She has also obtained her Lean Six Sigma Black Belt (LSSBB) and Senior Professional in Human Resources Certification (SPHR). Recently she completed a certificate from Cornell University pertaining to social media management.
K-12 Talent Manager
In this blog Emily Douglas, Human Capital Director at Battelle for Kids, explores effective human capital strategies for recruiting, selecting, developing, and recognizing educators and non-instructional staff in schools to ensure the best learning experience for students.
This blog is hosted by Education Week, the worlds largest K-12 education-focused newspaper. This blog is very different in the education space. As more districts and state agencies in the United States shift their focus to leadership and management of people, as we are seeing other successful ed-focused countries doing, more and more people will have questions about how to recruit, select, place, grown, reward, evaluate, and remove or retain, the right people! The blogs readership and twitter-traction have grown drastically over the past year!
Theme: talent, human resources, human capital, administration, management, leadership, training, recruiting, retention, teacher compensation, policy, leadership, placement, evaluation