Mikaela Kiner

Mikaela Kiner, CEO & Founder of Reverb, is a native Seattleite who's spent the last fifteen years in HR leadership roles at iconic Northwest companies including Microsoft, Amazon, PopCap Games and Redfin. She has an MS in HR Management with a certificate in Organizational Development and is an ICF credentialed coach. Mikaela delivers results by building trust and engaging her clients in creative problem solving. Clients appreciate her strategic thinking and hands on execution. You can find Mikaela on LinkedIn, Twitter, and Facebook. reverbpeople.com

Documents & Publications

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5 Podcasts About Women at Work to Change How You Show Up

5 Ways to Give your Team an Energy Boost

As we power through our day–to–day work, we can sometimes lose steam in the monotony or intensity of tasks. Even when teams are succeeding, it's nice to reward people with a little something extra.

Five Common Mistakes Leaders Make When Onboarding New Hires

Goal Setting: Do Less, Impact More

Having a Difficult Conversation: How to Mediate Conflict Between Employees

How to Manage the Unmanageable Workload

How to Really Listen to Employees

I Thought I Built a Great Culture, What Happened

Manage Up Like a Pro

Managerial Courage

Managing Means Continuous Learning

The Business of Happy Employees: How to Create a Company Culture That’s More Human, Less Resources

The One Attribute Leaders Need to Thrive

Three Signs You’ve Created a Culture of Psychological Safety

Tried Everything and Still Over Scheduling? Try these Proven Time Management Tips

What Every HR Department Needs to Know About Internal Communication

What New Managers Can - and Should - Learn Fast

When Should You Invest in Management and Leadership Training

You’ve Heard about SMART Goals, but what about CLEAR Feedback?


Recent Blog Posts

Creating a Bravespace Workplace

What does it take to make a workplace more human and how do we create a bravespace workplace in which everyone can thrive? Moe Carrick found that there are five levers: the who, the what, the where and when, the why, and the how. More Info