As a coach and consultant, Alyce focuses on executive leadership coaching, change management, and talent management. Starting in 2007, she has coached MOR Associates leadership program participants at Stanford, Penn, UC Berkeley, and other schools. Alyce’s work with MOR is a natural extension of her long history coaching and training leaders at MIT through its Leader-to-Leader Program and other leadership training efforts.
Alyce has worked in all facets of human resources in a variety of industries, including healthcare, newspaper publishing, and academia. Her HR work has included benefits, compensation, employee relations, staffing, and training and organization development. She has led a number of change initiatives, including the implementation of the enterprise wide system, SAP. More recently, she led the successful implementation of MIT’s diversity and inclusion strategy.
Alyce has presented on understanding workplace culture and change, employee retention and related topics: she has led sessions or consulted in such areas as behavioral event interviewing, collaborative decision-making, communication skills, competency-based human resource practices, diversity and inclusion, organization development, problem solving, strategic planning, supervisory and management skills, team building, MBTI, talent and performance development, creativity/innovation, and other related topics.
Alyce is certified to administer and debrief a wide variety of personal assessment tools, including the Benchmarks 360, 360-By-Design Assessment Tools, and Coaching for Development, all by the Center for Creative Leadership; the Emotional Competence Inventory by The Hay Group; and the MBTI by CPP, Inc. She is also certified through the American Compensation Association (aka World of Work) and the Society of Human Resources Management (PHR).