Betty Lochner, M. Ed., SPHR*
*Nationally certified as a Senior Professional in Human Resources (SPHR)
Note: please see my bio for publication at the bottom of this page
The inspiration for building better communicators and managers comes from my own professional experience. About 20 years ago, I took over as director for a program where employees were skeptical of the change in leadership. They weren’t working together as a team, morale was low, and the tension was high. Over time, the culture shifted into a program with a highly productive and engaged team.
How did the change happen? I invested in my own development as a leader and coach in order to gain the knowledge and skills needed to propel my team forward. I applied what I learned and began providing professional development training for my staff. Over time, we created a workplace culture defined by open conversations, mutual respect and appreciation, and speedy and appropriate human resources issues resolution.
My areas of expertise in workplace communication and relationships focuses on:
I’d love to connect with you to explore how I can help you, your team, and/or your workgroup.
Cornerstone Coaching & Training, LLC
1827 Arietta Ave SE
Olympia, WA 98501
Bio for Betty Lochner (for publications and events)
Betty Lochner is an engaging speaker who is an expert in workplace communications and relationships. She is the founder and owner of Cornerstone Coaching & Training LLC, dedicated to helping organizations create and sustain a positive culture that boosts morale, increases productivity, and has a positive effect on the bottom line. In addition to her SPHR certification, Betty holds a BA and M.Ed. from Western Washington University, is a certified trainer in Performance Coaching, and has a Green Belt in Lean Six Sigma process improvement.
Betty is the author of four books: Dancing with Strangers, 52 Communication Tips, Gladie’s Gift, and Intentional Gratitude. All books focus on how you can better lead and communicate with confidence, clarity and gratitude.
In addition, she hosts a twice-annual Women’s Summit that brings women together to pport each other and learn how to become more confident communicators.
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