Joyce Hill has an extensive background in leadership and organizational development. As a leader, she has had to continuously sharpen her own skills and competencies to meet the needs of her direct reports. She has lead teams as small as six and as large as 300 employees.
Joyce’s work with executives includes individualized coaching, multi-rater feedback, personal development plans, and change management. Joyce has worked with individuals in domestic and international environments. Her approach to coaching combines the identification of critical results along with the appropriate behavior(s) that will help the individual attain those results. Joyce is also a strong proponent of positive reinforcement and has helped several organizations incorporate this approach into their culture.
Joyce’s work with Fortune 500 organizations includes cultural change that supports the achievement of business strategies, talent development including succession planning, team interventions, performance management, retention strategies and employee engagement.
She holds a Masters of Science in Organizational Development and a Bachelor of Science in Human Resource Management and has received special acknowledgments from the Corporate Leadership Council, Alexandria, West Virginia, and American Productivity and Quality Center, Houston, Texas for her work with cultural change and performance management.
Joyce became an adjunct professor at Avila University over 14 years ago and has recently been appointed to the Board of Counselors and serves on the Learning Environment Committee.