Speaker, Author, Consultant, HR Guru
Glenna Hecht is an accomplished speaker, trainer, consultant, and author as well as a certified SPHR, Senior Professional in Human Resources. She has an impressive history leading HR, Training, and Engagement for major high-growth corporations such as Starbucks, The Levy Restaurants at Walt Disney, Accenture Incubator, Romano’s Macaroni Grill, and Marshall Field’s. She founded Humanistic Consulting, to bring this human resource and people expertise to organizations through outsourced consulting, training, and speaking. Glenna knows a great people strategy is measured through execution and results; couple this with her “do the right thing” philosophy and you have a winning combination that has led to significant notable outcomes for her clients’ ROI.
Humanistic Consulting | HR Outsourced Services
Your HR Gurus
Keeping up with rapid change affecting business in the areas of hiring, benefits, compensation, legal compliance, and all topics related to people and HR can be a challenge!
Glenna Hecht founded Humanistic Consulting to provide companies premier outsourced HR and Training services with professionals who “hit the ground running”. Whether you have a project, long term need, or desire a confidential “sounding board”, we provide the resources to strategize and execute your short and long term goals..
Speaking & Training
Glenna Hecht: Inspiring, Engaging, Fun!
Glenna has a wealth of executive industry experience in HR, Training and Development working with world renowned brands, such as: Starbucks, Marshall Field’s, and The Levy Restaurants at Walt Disney World. On what most would consider mundane topics regarding important issues faced in the workplace, Glenna shines at delivering keynote presentations and workshops with dynamic style, enthusiasm, humor, real world business stories, and—at times—a relevant song.
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