Tracee Hunt, a skilled HR professional, has provided key leadership in senior-level roles as well as driving HR strategies through Board membership as Committee Chair. Her responsibilities have ranged all facets of HR to include the transformation of entire Human Resources functions, as well as leading the charge in reshaping the culture of the organizations that she has worked with and for. This has been largely as a result of her strong cultural competence and keen focus on diversity, equity and inclusion. Developing key HR strategies to facilitate the achievement of organizational goals and objectives has been her priority in both large and small organizations. Tracee, a refined HR Executive and Business Partner has served as a key member of executive leadership teams to facilitate the pursuit of each organization’s quest for a sustainable and prosperous future. Tracee has over 25 years of experience in the field of Human Resources.
10 QUESTIONS THAT TRACEE CAN BE ASKED
1. Share a little about your journey to this point.
2. What was the motivation for writing the book?
3. Who is the target audience for your book?
4. What do you want readers to gain form the book?
5. What are some key takeaways/lessons learned that are highlighted in the book?
6. How has your trauma shaped you as a leader?
7. What would you say to readers who are currently experiencing trauma?
8. What are the common themes among trauma, leadership, and entrepreneurship?
9. How has your journey affected you as an entrepreneur?
10. What are the next steps for Tracee Hunt and Total HR Solutions?
5 TOPICS THAT TRACEE CAN DISCUSS
3. Strategic Human Capital Solutions
5. Culture Transformation
MORE ABOUT THE BOOK
TRAUMA COMES IN ALL SHAPES AND SIZES
How do you survive and heal from an overwhelming childhood of trauma and rejection that no one recognized at the time but you? Unwanted even before birth, Tracee L. Hunt has a mother who despised her and took every opportunity to make her feel insignificant. In her searing, soul-bearing memoir “Silent Overcomer,” Hunt describes her critical years growing up in a household where being parented by fear and intimidation was normal, and spending weekends with her loving grandparents was the only quality time she had and her only relief from emotional and physical torment. Her mother’s favorite phrase “I HOLD THE KEY” reinforced the message that Hunt’s life was totally controlled by her mother and she should never forget it.