Michelle Howison, M.A.2, SPHR, SHRM-SCP President, Extraordinary Dynamics
M.A.2, SPHR, SHRM-SCP President, Extraordinary Dynamics
Michelle Howison is a results-focused, strategic Organizational Development expert. She approaches the talent management challenges of organizations in a unique, entrepreneurial way by fully understanding and minding to the business needs while balancing the compliance expectations and risk with consistent efficient processes.
Michelle is a dynamic and engaging speaker, her audiences always leave with ideas to immediately implement and energized to get things done. Her most requested presentation topics are:
Background and Qualifications
Prior to founding Extraordinary Dynamics, Michelle held Human Resources leadership positions in organizations where she acted as a catalyst to build best-in-class practices typically as grassroots efforts. In addition to the projects she has completed with clients of Extraordinary Dynamics, her professional career includes serving the following organizations:
Michelle began her career in Organizational Development and Human Resources in the mid-90s. She holds two Master’s degrees, one in Behavioral Sciences and the other in Industrial / Organizational Psychology.
Michelle upholds Senior Professional Human Resources (SPHR) and Society of Human Resources – Senior HR Professional (SHRM-SCP) certifications, as well as Birkman Senior Certification, Instructional System Design (ISD), DeBono Six Thinking Hats, DeBono Lateral Thinking, Whole-Systems Strategic Planning Process, Transformational Coaching, Right Management 360.
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