Hosts: Rodney Apple, & Chris Gaffney
In This Episode:
In the latest episode of our “Supply Chain Talent Building and Engagement” series, we go in-depth with renowned executive coach and consultant Mona Kelly. Mona boasts a rich legacy with industry giants like Coca-Cola and numerous other diverse organizations. She shares her professional evolution and reflects on HR’s transformation from its conventional role to the strategic business partnerships seen today. Mona emphasizes HR’s pivotal role in strategy formulation, managing change, and addressing the inherent resistance that accompanies it. She passionately advocates for embracing diverse perspectives, underscoring their significance for both internal and external collaboration. Wrapping up our enlightening chat, Mona furnishes real-world examples of contemporary leadership dynamics and their focus on both self-growth and team engagement. She also imparts invaluable advice on striking a balance between family, thriving professionally, and the noble quest for wisdom.
Who is Mona Kelly?
Mona is the founder of Symmetry Coaching, LLC and is a certified executive coach, consultant, and strategic business partner to global executives and their leadership teams. She partners with clients to focus and align their individual, group, and organizational goals to facilitate planning, introspection, and processes vital to achieving significant business results and what matters most. She has over thirty years of experience as an Executive in Human Resources Management/Consultation, Organization Development, Executive and Leadership Coaching. Coached thousands of executives, their teams, and initiative teams across industries (The Coca-Cola Company, Quicken Loans, MarketSource, Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM), Georgia State University, City of Los Angeles, Boys and Girls Club of America, NiSource, Ernst and Young, Markel Foundation, Flexport, UPS, San Diego University, Microsoft, and Chick-fil-A) and around the globe to improve leadership effectiveness, including confidence, executive presence, emotional intelligence, and team alignment.