Joe Bohling brings over 20 years of experience in operations, human capital, performance improvement, training and development, recruiting, staffing, health, welfare and retirement benefits, and business development leadership roles. He has proven expertise in developing and operationalizing strategy, comprehensive performance improvement, cultural advocacy, and executive coaching. He has served in top C-suite executive positions for Fortune 500 companies, including as chief Human Resources officer at Aflac, Inc. and senior vice president of Human Resources at CitiFinancial Auto/Citigroup. His business and consulting experience spans industries including healthcare, higher education, manufacturing, insurance, financial services, consumer packaged goods, high-tech, and telecommunications.
Mr. Bohling specializes in utilizing best-practice and dynamic methodologies to develop, advance, and implement world-class business results that produce measurable return on investment while maintaining or improving quality, service, and employee engagement. He builds “dynamic capabilities” with clients to enable strategic innovation in generating value and competitive advantage.
Mr. Bohling is a regular speaker and writer for national conferences, periodicals, and news sources on topics ranging across strategy enablement, innovation, organizational effectiveness and development, talent management, corporate health and wellness initiatives, change leadership methodology, and enhancing employee engagement.
University of Colorado School of Law
Colorado State University
BRG is engaged in a comprehensive performance improvement project focused on reducing labor, human resources, and non-labor costs.
Experts now with BRG led an engagement focused on reducing labor and non-labor costs, and improving revenue cycle performance.
BRG led a comprehensive performance improvement engagement for a mid-size community hospital.
BRG consultants led a comprehensive performance improvement engagement that focused on labor and non-labor cost reduction, revenue cycle improvement, and clinical documentation.
Comprehensive sensing assessment around dynamic capabilities for a multibillion-dollar compensation and benefits division of a Fortune 50 global company.
BRG performed a comprehensive performance improvement engagement that focused on labor and non-labor cost reduction, clinical documentation, and program and services review.
Led a business division of a Fortune 50 global company through an organizational redesign focused on improved organizational culture and communication between stakeholders.
Worked with Academic Medical Center to help build dynamic capabilities that improved physician engagement and modified physician practices through detailed facilitation and data analytics review.
News & Insights
- Medical Office TodayDecember 12, 2012
News & Commentary
- Fall 2016
- Spring 2016
- Winter 2016
- Fall 2015
- The DayMay 16, 2014
- Healthcare Risk Management 35(3)March 2013
- Health Thought Leadership One-to-OneMarch 5, 2013