Jeff Nally, PCC, SHRM-SCP, Executive Coach, CoachSource | Speaker
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Jeff Nally is the Chief Human Resources Officer and Chief Coaching Officer at CoachSource, the world’s most experienced leadership coaching company. He is an executive coach, HR professional, coaching supervisor, professional speaker, and author who brings the neuroscience of leadership and human interaction into the workplace.
Prior to CoachSource, Jeff created and led the Executive Coaching Practice at Humana where he coached senior leaders and established Humana’s Women in Leadership Group Coaching Program. He also co-created the first LGBTQ+ employee resource group at Humana. He has 28 years of professional experience leading human resources in manufacturing, healthcare, and coaching companies.
Jeff serves on the board of directors at the SHRM Foundation, the International Gay Coaches Alliance, and the National Speakers Association Chapter Leadership Council. Jeff is a co-author of Rethinking Human Resources, and Humans@Work with other HR and coaching thought leaders with all Amazon.com sales benefiting the SHRM Foundation.
Jeff earned a BA in Psychology from Georgetown College and an MBA from Georgia State University. He is a Senior Certified Professional with SHRM and Certified Virtual Presenter through eSpeakers.com. Jeff is a Professional Certified Coach with the International Coach Federation. He is a Results Professional Certified Coach with The NeuroLeadership Group and graduated with distinction with a Certificate in the Foundations of NeuroLeadership from The NeuroLeadership Institute. He earned a coaching supervision certification and leads professional development for coaches and HR professionals.
Jeff was named one of the top Twenty People to Know in Human Resources by the Louisville Business First Journal and is the 2021 recipient of the Thomas J. Leonard Coach Humanitarian Award. He is a past chair of the Kentucky SHRM State Council and a past president of the Louisville SHRM Chapter. Jeff and his husband, Bob, were one of the first same-sex couples to adopt in Kentucky, and they recently celebrated their 30th Anniversary.