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Executive Coaching Series Part II: "A Business Tool for Women Leaders"

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Human Capital Mgmt 21st Century

Human Capital Mgmt 21st Century


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BluPrint is excited to interview Rythee Jones, Associate Vice President of Human Resources, Washington Adventist University.  Today's episode will focus on Executive Coaching for Women Leaders.  Rythee will discuss with us how women leaders can use coaching as a tool to help women advance in business and in the workplace. 


Rythee is Associate Vice President of Human Resources at Washington Adventist University.  She earned her bachelor of arts degree from Hood College and her Master of General Administration from University of Maryland University College.  Rythee has 25 years of human resources experience, including seven years at the executive level.  Her background includes assignments in talent development, employee relations, organizational development, compensation, and human resource information systems.  During this time, Rythee leveraged her in-depth knowledge of human resources and of team and leadership development to coach mid- to senior level leaders and teams in higher education, government agencies, and non-profit organizations. 

Rythee has consulting expertise that includes planning and facilitating teambuilding retreats, conducting needs assessments, and designing and delivering training programs in topics such as communication skills, harassment prevention, teambuilding, conflict resolution, and presentation skills. She is a member of the International Coach Federation, the American Society for Training and Development, and the Society for Human Resource Management.