Stephanie Guin

EVP - Human Capital

Previously Faith Technologies’ Executive Vice President of Human Capital, Stephanie was responsible for defining, creating, and implementing the overall talent management strategy for the organization, including learning and development along with traditional human resource-related functions (selection, recruitment and retention, employee benefits, compensation, policies and procedures, etc.). She was a visionary, champion, and architect of a system that ensured employees were engaged, educated, compensated, and informed in a manner that aligns with the organization’s core competencies and business goals.

ARTICLES BY AUTHOR

March 10, 2015

Career Development |

How To Get More Out of Your People

In the world of human capital, engagement metrics aren’t easy to come by, but at Faith Technologies, we are working hard…

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October 14, 2014

Career Development |

Robert E. Lee on Leadership: Executive Lessons in Character, Courage, and Vision

Last week on our blog, Jill Hermans recapped Faith Technologies’ fifth annual High-Potential Event. The event consisted of a select group…

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April 22, 2014

Career Development |

Stress Tips for the Sandwich Generation

Are you a member of the “sandwich” generation? An adult between the ages of 35 – 54 and feeling stressed? Adults…

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January 7, 2014

Career Development |

Focusing on Employee Strengths

As the leader of Human Resources for a large organization, I am often contacted by managers regarding the development of employees….

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Dr. Brené Brown - Daring Greatly Checklist

August 13, 2013

Career Development |

Engaged Feedback

Feedback and constructive criticism are vital to individual productivity and growth, as well as company performance and growth. The method and…

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March 26, 2013

A Balancing Act: Work & Life

Lately I’ve noticed a lot of information regarding stress and work/life balance. With information coming at us 24/7, and the increasing number…

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December 18, 2012

Career Development |

What To Do When You Really Want To Be a Grinch

While the holidays usually conjure up mental images of joy and laughter – happy memories and times shared with family and…

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August 9, 2012

Become an Electrician: Have a Sexy Job? You Bet!

I recently read Derek Singleton’s blog article entitled “Should You Build or Should You Go? The Best States for a Construction…

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