Honolulu, HI – Traci Manalani has joined the Hawaii Employers Council (HEC) as Director of Organizational Effectiveness, recently launched under the Council’s HR Consulting Services.
Traci joins HEC with more than 25 years of organizational development experience. She designs and implements comprehensive approaches that lead to sustainable outcomes
focused on meeting each organization’s unique needs.
Traci’s expertise includes providing individual and team coaching, and facilitating transformational programs within organizations including executive coaching, leadership development, management consultation, and conflict resolution.
Traci has her Master’s in Psychology, Bachelors in Human Resources Management, and is a Senior Professional in Human Resources (SPHR). She is a Professional Certified Coach (PCC) certified through the International Coach Federation and Fielding Graduate University’s Evidence Based Coaching program. Traci has worked globally with private sector companies, non-profit organizations and governmental agencies.
“Traci brings strong global organization development and coaching experiences. She has been instrumental in leading the development and launch of our new organizational effectiveness services, which was created in response to our member organizations’ needs. We look forward to being the catalyst for the transformation of our members’ leaders and their organizations.” said Clayton Kamida, President and CEO of the Hawaii Employers Council.
The Hawaii Employers Council (HEC) is a nonprofit, member-driven organization dedicated to helping employers of all sizes build and maintain collaborative employee relations that result in skilled, engaged and effective workforces. Founded in 1943, HEC is celebrating nearly 75 years of service to Hawaii’s business community. HEC serves more than 800 employers statewide with employment law guidance; human resources and employee relations support; collective bargaining negotiation and labor relations; pay rate and
employer practices survey data; compensation consulting services, organizational effectiveness services, and training. www.hecouncil.org