10+ years as a certified Professional in Human Resources with masters-level training from the Univ. of South Dakota in organizational development and leadership development. Rosalynn is an ELI certified Train-the-Trainer who has worked with Fortune 500 companies including Smithfield Foods and KapStone Paper & Packaging as well as privately-held SMBs. Rosalynn's areas of expertise include marketing & advertising, talent acquisition and management, employee benefits, affirmative action, labor relations and lean manufacturing practices.
Janey has focused her career in Human Resources, Organization Development and Change Management for more than 15 years. She developed this career atop a legal career as a business franchise attorney. She’s worked in a variety of industries including renewable energy technologies, healthcare, government, professional services, nonprofits, and manufacturing. Janey holds a Masters of Science in Organization Development from Pepperdine University and a J.D. from William Mitchell College of Law. Her ability to see issues from behavioral, process, and legal perspectives provides a unique value to her clients.
TalentMN provides inspiration and proven resources for people and organizations seeking new paradigms that can inspire a winning culture of clarity and success. We believe that digging into the foundational mission statements and rediscovering the building blocks that originally fueled the companies success is paramount. But this foundation needs to be paired with the realities of today’s workplace and workforce.
We need you. We need your honest voice. We need your ideas. Join our movement and together let’s re-imagine the way we foster, engage, and empower talent in Minnesota and beyond.TalentMN is a dedicated collection of change-makers that believe in disrupting the broken mold of out-dated people strategies.
Ultimately, We believe that people leaders deserve the knowledge and technologies that turn customers into champions, vendors into partners, employees into evangelists, and shareholders into flag-bearers.