Kim Theobald

Director of HR Consulting

Kim Theobald

Director of HR Consulting

Overview

Kim is Clearview’s Director of Human Resources and also leads the firm’s Human Resources Consulting practice. She has 20 years of experience in all areas of HR including recruitment, training, compensation and recognition, employee relations, benefits, communications, organizational development, international deployment, compliance, policies and procedures, and analytics. She is a leader in change management, aligning business strategy with the human capital strategy, organizational design, talent acquisition and retention, and development. Kim is a Certified Analyst in Predictive Index and Social Styles behavioral tools, is a strong collaborator, communicator, change agent, and project manager. Prior to joining Clearview, Kim worked as the Director of Consulting at The HR Team, a regional consulting firm specializing in human capital.

Kim is a member of the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) and the Chesapeake Area Human Resources Association.

Education

Kim attended The University of Michigan where she graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in History.

Kim's Latest Insights

December 07th 2018

Holiday Headaches: Avoiding the Pitfalls of Holiday Party Planning

HR Consulting Services

Should HR managers and company leaders go to the trouble of planning a party? Yes, HR specialists and company executives say. But do it the right way.

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Kim Theobald, Director of HR Consulting
September 13th 2018

Is Your Company FMLA-Ready?

HR Consulting Services

Earlier this month, the government released updated forms for administering the Family Medical Leave Act (FMLA). It’s probably a good time to double-check that your FMLA record-keeping processes are up to par.

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Kim Theobald, Director of HR Consulting
August 16th 2018

Modernizing Performance Management

HR Consulting Services

The “old” ways of managing performance have proven much less effective in a work force increasingly made up of millennials. Tactics that may (or may not) have been effective years ago, like annual reviews, are disappearing before our eyes.

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Kim Theobald, Director of HR Consulting