Professional Information
Danielle
Dornbier
Learning and Development Business Partner
Bell
Education, Honors & Awards
SUNY Geneseo
History (2006)
Minor- Creative Writing
Columbia University
Master's Degree, Organizational Leadership (2011)
Yes
Phi Beta Kappa, Golden Key, Order of Omega
Personal Information
United States
Texas
Fort Worth
Society of Human Resource Management
Reading, Cooking, Healthy Living, Peloton Cycling
12 Years Instructional Design and Facilitation 5 Years Team Management 3 Years Professional Coaching
11-15 Years
Coaching, Performance Management, Instructional Design, Adobe Creative Cloud Suite, Leader Assimilation, Facilitation, Professional Development, Leadership Development
Danielle Dornbier is a life-long learner successfully contributing to the education and development of others for 12 years. Currently, she works in HR supporting global strategic business objectives through Talent Development initiatives. Her work has primarily focused on Performance Management and how on-going dialogue and coaching between a leader and their employees drives development, builds successful professional relationships, and empowers people. She is an avid believer in the power of coaching as she has seen its impact in building self-awareness, reflective practices, and mindfulness in leaders across multiple organizations. Danielle obtained her Master's degree from Columbia University in 2011 in Organizational Leadership. She spent the first decade of her career working in public education and for educational non-profits. Currently, she belongs to the Society of Human Resource Management and recently obtained her SHRM-CP. Ideally, Danielle is actively working to move into a director or senior leadership position within HR where she can engage in leading and learning alongside a team of colleagues. She is looking forward to networking and finding a mentor within WAoFP.
Harvard Business Review
Organizational Leadership Human Resources Coaching
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