Seth Kahan Conducted a Symposium with Senior Vice President of Human Resources, Michaela Oliver from Rosetta Stone

Executive change expert, Seth Kahan, conducted a symposium with Rosetta Stone’s Senior Vice President of Human Resources Michaela Oliver. Full coverage appears in the most recent issue of HR Certification Institute’s magazine, Certified.

Washington, DC, March 02, 2013 --( Seth Kahan interviewed Michaela Oliver, Rosetta Stone’s Senior Vice President of Human Resources. Oliver is an exceptional Senior Vice President of Human Resources. Seth Kahan, along with an audience, conducted a symposium with Oliver to discover how she works outside the normal operating procedures.

She recounts her early days as an HR Executive for Exxon and now with Rosetta Stone and also talks about her strategies of recruiting and developing talent and discusses her motives and enthusiasm for being the best at her job, day in and day out.

Kahan says, “It was a pleasure to meet and work with Michaela. She is thinking outside the box constantly and helps others to do the same with significant results. Her innovations make major contributions to the organization’s strategy. Rosetta Stone has a valuable resource in her.”

To learn more about Michaela Oliver and her out of the box strategies to human resource management, visit

About Seth Kahan

Seth Kahan has worked with CEOs and top-level executives in companies that include World Bank, Peace Corps, Royal Dutch Shell as well as over 40 associations and public sector agencies. Kahan's book, Getting Change Right: How Leaders Transform Organizations from the Inside Out, is a business bestseller. He writes online for Fast Company ( His next book, Getting Innovation Right, is due out in March 2013.

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