Michael D. Molina has more than 20 years of experience as a HR executive in providing HR and OD strategy to corporate and business groups worldwide.
Michael is the Chief Human Resource Officer for Vistage International, a worldwide leading CEO organization dedicated to helping executives improve their businesses. Prior to his current role, Michael was the Chief Human Resource Officer for Brahma Technology and the HR Executive Vice President for Advanced Marketing Services, a book distributor, wholesaler and publisher located in San Diego, California. Prior to joining Advanced Marketing Services, Michael was with EquaTerra, a sourcing solutions organization.
Before joining EquaTerra, Michael was the Human Resource Vice President at Gateway, where he led HR outsourcing efforts. Michael’s experience at Gateway also included functional expertise in HR operations to include call center and shared services, systems implementation, recruitment, training, employee relations, executive compensation, and benefits design and management. Before Gateway, Michael worked in both domestic and international roles in various industries such as plastics, films, petrochemicals, marketing, refining, exploration, and production while at Mobil Corporation and Marathon Oil. Michael’s international experience includes work in Mexico, Colombia, Brazil, Peru, Barbados, Venezuela, Chile, Argentina, Canada, Ireland and Malaysia.
Michael has spoken at domestic and international conferences on the implementation of HR service delivery models. Michael was recently named HR Professional of the Year by the San Diego Business Journal and under his direction, Vistage has been named Top 125 Training Organizations and a Best Place to Work winner.
Content Featuring Michael Molina
As the nature of business continues to change, decisions and direction is no longer determined by individual leaders, but rather by groups of colleagues and leaders within in a business. But how can organizations foster this kind of collaboration?
As organizations have changed in the past decade, so too has the senior leadership environment. The era of managing siloed functions and conducting isolated, disparate activities is fading and being replaced with more collaborative, team-based planning and development that can be explicitly tied to business strategy.