National Volunteer Week Volunteer Highlight: Heidi Hartman

I have had the pleasure of knowing and working with Heidi Hartman, SHRM-SCP, SPHR for the past several years. Heidi is a passionate, highly motivated and enthusiastic SHRM volunteer. She goes above and beyond the call of duty to help everyone around her become better. She applies her expertise and numerous abilities to her SHRM volunteer roles to help the Oklahoma Human Resources (OKHR) State Council increase its effectiveness in serving the HR professionals and advancing the HR profession across the state of Oklahoma.

Heidi’s most recent volunteer roles with SHRM have included: 2016 Chapter President for the Tulsa Area Human Resources Association (TAHRA), and 2017 OKHR State Council District Director – East.

Heidi is CEO of LunaSol Consulting, a firm that is committed to helping unleash the human potential of their clients. Some of the industries she has worked with include: oil and gas, retail, architecture, insurance, engineering, government and not-for-profit. LunaSol has designed and delivered learning and human resources solutions for executives, managers and employees. Heidi incorporates a passion for people with the desire to see organizations grow and improve.

Her expertise covers a broad spectrum of strategic planning, leadership development, coaching, organizational development, employee relations, change management, communication, EEOC claims, career transition/outplacement services, and teambuilding. Her customized interactive learning solutions provide clients with tools and key concepts for growth. Certified Myers Briggs Type Indicator, Insights Learning & Development© accredited facilitator and American Society for Training and Development (ASTD) coach, Heidi has the tools and resources to help your firm succeed.

On April 14, Heidi was the worthy recipient of the 2017 Oklahoma Excellence in Human Resources AwardThis award, presented annually at the Oklahoma Human Resources (OKHR) State Conference, is given to recognize and honor outstanding achievement in the field of Human Resource Management. The award signifies a professional who demonstrates the SHRM mission of "STP – Serving the HR Professional" and "ATP – Advancing the Profession." Candidates should be viewed as role models for the profession, leaders rather than followers, who apply and share their professional expertise and leadership both within and outside of the organization.

I am honored to have the opportunity to work with and learn from Heidi. I’m grateful that she is in my service territory; and, I am privileged to call her my SHRM colleague and friend!


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