Joe Bohling brings over twenty 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 professionals supported a global human resources leader in driving a unified HR alignment initiative.
BRG professionals provided top executives with Sustained Peak Performance (SPP) coaching to enable them to manage burnout and maximize performance.
BRG professionals facilitated design and implementation better aligned with culture and performance expectations.
BRG professionals worked with a global HR organization to implement a Workday HR solution globally, driven by transformation to a next iteration of digitized HR.
BRG professionals collaborated with a national medical center to develop a global executive health program to serve corporate leaders and their families.
BRG professionals helped significantly reduce government policy change–related costs by engaging physicians in a co-leadership model, identifying cost savings opportunities and roadmap to achieve; and implemented savings action plans.
BRG professionals identified and developed dynamic capabilities through strategic alignment of business units.
BRG professionals helped improve capabilities of senior leadership teams and enhanced governance.
News & Insights
- Human Resource ExecutiveOctober 16, 2018
- Medical Office TodayDecember 12, 2012
Seminars & Speaking Engagements
- November 5, 2018
News & Commentary
- BRGOctober 30, 2019
- BRGMay 29, 2019
- BRGJanuary 2019
- Hitotsubashi University Business School School of International Corporate StrategyNovember 16, 2018
- BRGSeptember 5, 2018
- 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
- ThinkSet Podcast: Joe Bohling - Leadership Strategies of the Future more...