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The guest for this episode of Called to Coach is Alma Hughes, Vice President Organizational and Leadership Development Human Resources.
Alma Hughes joined Regions in 2013 as a member of the Organizational and Leadership Development Team. She has over 20 years of experience working in the financial services and consulting industries, and actively worked with Regions as a consultant with Lee Hecht Harrison (LHH), delivering the Leaders at All Levels 3 (LAL3) programs from their inception in 2010.
Before joining Regions, Alma was a Senior Vice President/Talent Development Consultant with LHH, served as a Principal Consultant at her own firm (V1ctorious Resources) and culminated a career at Bank of America (and its predecessors) as a Senior Vice President. She has also provided pro bono consulting and coaching services for the non-profit community in and around Central Virginia, and has written and published articles on transitioning your career for an inspirational magazine.
Alma holds an A.B. Degree from the College of William and Mary in Psychology, and a M.Ed. from Springfield College in Industrial Psychology. She also holds a Certificate in Bank Operations from the Bank Administration Institute’s Graduate School of Banking at the University of Wisconsin, holds a certification for the Myers Briggs Type Indicator, a Master Facilitator certification for MasteryWorks, Incorporated, and holds her PCC and BCC Executive Coach certifications.
Alma's Top 5 Strengths are Strategic/Achiever/WOO/Communciation/Positivity
Called to Coach is a Gallup Strengths Center live webcast (via YouTube) that allows current and prospective coaches to interact with strengths coaches who have found success in strengths-based development.