- Address your management needs in internal and external
- Facilitation of strategic planning
- Management in Human Resources
- Improvements in productivity
- Is your organization facing serious or difficult human resource issues?
Nancye M. Combs, AEP, SPHR, is considered to be a voice of authority on Human Resources and Organizational Development.
She speaks, writes, and offers expert witness testimony on workplace issues.
She has spent many years as a corporate business executive. She provides management advisory services to hundreds of executives in business, industry, education and government.
Nancye is the retained consultant for the 2,700 members of Specialty Tools and Fasteners Distributors Association (STAFDA), one of America’s large trade associations and works extensively with distributors and manufacturers worldwide and for the 1,600 members of Petroleum Equipment Institute.
Dozens of companies credit her for their growth and success. Many turn to her when they face serious or difficult human resources issues.
She has worked with the Metro and has trained hundreds of first responders, including police, fire and EMS.
The practicing human resources professionals routinely say, “She has no peer; she is simply the best.”
Nancye M. Combs, AEP, SPHR, has been a featured speaker at the White House on programs with the President, the Vice President and members of the US Cabinet.
She has been named one of the top women business owners and received the Award of Professional Excellence from Society for Human Resource Management, which awards a scholarship in her name.
Combs is accredited for life as a Senior Human Resources Professional for accomplishments in her field.
She has served as Board Chair for numerous charitable organizations and her services as a member of community service boards are constantly in demand.
She is frequently found on the platform speaking to thousands of business executives who want to learn from her.
More than 100 articles on managing people at work written by Ms. Combs appear in leading business publications and the press often solicits her views on contemporary business topics.