Walsh College HR Summit

Walsh College HR Summit


Dr. Mary’s Team Presents HR Tools For Business Leaders In Metro Detroit

Back on home turf! Dr. Mary Welsh is honored to have received her Doctorate degree from Walsh College, Michigan’s premier business school.  Today, she and her team are back on campus to set-up at the much anticipated Walsh College HR Summit. Walsh College is a SHRM Preferred Education Provider and events like this bring together distinguished leaders in HR from across the metro Detroit region.

Walsh College recognizes the important role that human resource professionals play in today’s workplace and has dedicated resources to elevate the profession and practitioner from function to strategic business partner. Initial offerings are listed below. Programs will continue to be developed.

Certification is one true indication of individual knowledge. Prepare for the industry’s prestigious certification exam by studying with Walsh expert instructors.

Leadership Center Affinity Groups
Learning from the experiences of others is a key part of Walsh’s practical application of knowledge. By joining one of the affinity groups, HR professionals share experiences in a confidential setting. Learn more here.

Lunch With Dr. Lee
An annual conversation with Walsh College’s most sage professor of management. Guaranteed to get you thinking! Next Luncheon is scheduled for September 11, 2015, 11:30 – 1:30 at the Walsh Novi Campus. The cost of lunch is $25. Register here.

HR Workshops
Enhance your HR Career with these three-hour classes eligible for recertification credits. This event was presented by Walsh College, leaders in HR education. For more information about educational opportunities and seminars like this one, visit their website here.

Michigan HR Day

Michigan HR Day


Dr. Mary Demonstrates Color Code Personality Testing at Michigan HR Day at State’s Capital Lansing

On April 16, 2015 Human Resource and other professionals from across the state gathered in Lansing for the 6th Annual Michigan HR Day. Michigan HR Day offers a strategic advantage to the state’s workforce environment and culture, connecting HR leaders, professionals and resources.

It was a fun and educational day at the state’s capital where Dr. Mary and her team set up  Color Code demonstrations to help HR managers better understand the personality and behavior of their workforce team members.

Here’s what HR managers had to say about this year’s conference in Lansing:

Great day today!!!!

Excellent job & to all the event volunteers! Happy to be a sponsor and part of the event! Looking forward to next year!

Thank you for a great day!

Such a wonderful congrats to for putting on the event.

Michigan HR Day provided Human Resource professionals like Dr. Mary Welsh with WBHR Consultants, Inc., an opportunity to exchange information, ideas, and experiences. Positioned at a critical time for Michigan organizations, the event addressed the relevance of the HR function as an important part of Michigan’s economic gardening and revitalization. Michigan HR Day welcomes HR professionals from diverse Michigan organizations, a true reflection of the State’s business environment and culture. For more information about Michigan HR Day, visit their website here.

Clarity Voice Named In Crain’s Coolest Places To Work 2014

Clarity Voice Named In Crain’s Coolest Places To Work 2014

Crain’s Detroit Business, Detroit and Southeast Michigan’s premier business news and information website just released their 2014 results for their Cool Places to Work recognition program.

At number 5 on the list for businesses with 1-49 employees is Clarity Communication Advisors, located in Southfield, Michigan. Clarity Voice earned this recognition by consistently placing the welfare and treatment of their people first.

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As Chief People Person for clarity voice, my responsibilities include the recruitment and retention of the highest quality employees. By spending the time to make sure each new hire is a right fit, we have shown that we can produce a happier, and more effective team. See the entire Cool Places to Work 2014 list here.


Welcome to Dr. Mary’s New Website

Welcome to Dr. Mary’s New Website

About Dr. Mary, SPHR Events

Welcome to Welsh Business and Human Resource (WBHR) Consultants, Inc. Dr. Mary, SPHR, prides herself on providing the guidance, support, and services to improve the performance of organizations. WBHR provides a large variety of Human Resource Consulting services and programs tailored to meet client’s needs.

Dr. Mary’s consulting services are provided on-site or off-site to supplement your own human resource functions while others choose to take advantage of her services in place of an internal human resource department.

At WBHR, Dr. Mary understands the need to stay productive, competitive, and compliant. It is her goal to work with organizations to think strategically, develop, implement, and monitor policies and procedures, initiatives, and change necessary to move organizations toward improving functionality, productivity, and competitiveness.

Dr. Mary’s consulting services allow organizations to improve employee communication, morale, behaviors, and effectiveness as well as comply with federal, state, and local laws and regulations.

Relay For Life American Cancer Society

Relay For Life American Cancer Society

About Dr. Mary, SPHR Events

Dr. Mary Welsh sponsors American Cancer Societies Relay For Life, the Michigan chapter. Cancer has hit close to home for Dr. Mary. She lost her father at the age of 11, her mother is a 5 year cancer survivor and her grandson Jakob, age 11, is a 6 year childhood cancer survivor. “My family is of utmost importance to me.  The battle against cancer that has claimed and threatened the lives of my family has pulled at my heart strings.  To offer hope, care, solace, and support to others as they manage their own trials, I am totally committed.  Read of Jakob’s success!”

Jakob spoke at the Redford Relay for Life 2014 event, he is my grandson and a cancer survivor that inspired his whole family and anyone he comes in contact with. -Dr. Mary Welsh, Sponsor American Cancer Society 

While the American Cancer Society is making progress toward a world without cancer, only with your dedication and fundraising efforts can we finish the fight against the disease, www.cancer.org.

With your help, we aren’t just fighting one type of cancer – we’re fighting for every birthday threatened by every cancer in every community. Each person who shares the Relay For Life experience can take pride in knowing that they are working to create a world where this disease will no longer threaten our loved ones or rob anyone of another birthday.

When I was 4 years old I found out that I had Wilms tumor, which is kidney cancer. It is very hard to be a kid in the hospital because I wanted to play but I was usually too tired or sick! -Jakob Danner (June, 2014)

Read Jakob’s Relay For Life survivors speech here.

My name if Jakob Danner and I am 11 years old. When I was 4 years old I found out that I had Wilms tumor, which is kidney cancer.  I didn’t know what was really going on with me but my mom and dad and family were very scared and upset. I had to spend the next few months at Children’s Hospital and I celebrated my fifth birthday and Easter while in the hospital.  It is very hard to be a kid in the hospital because I wanted to play but I was usually too tired or sick!

I had three surgeries and a port put in to receive my chemo treatments. I only weighted around 50 lbs. when I was finally able to go home. I had to go back to the hospital once a week for a few months for my chemo treatments. I lost all my hair and got sick a lot. Then after that, I had to have weeks of radiation treatments.

After all that, I ended up losing one kidney but thanks to the great doctors at Children’s Hospital, I am now 6 years cancer free! Cancer sucks!

To help other kids like Jakob, click here to make a donation to Relay For Life. Here is what Jakob’s mom says about why she does Relay. 

Dr. Mary Sponsors Relay For Life - Jakob's Story


I have been relaying for 5 years and this is my second year as a team captain. As most of you know my son Jakob was diagnosed with Wilms Tumor (Kidney Cancer) in February of 2008. The road has been long and a very difficult one at that. But as tough as it was I NEVER gave up hope on my son. He fought months of chemo and radiation and at times
became very ill.

However we have made it through. June 2013 was 5 years in remission for Jakob and I could not be a prouder mom! I hope and pray this inspires you to help me in supporting the American Caner Society Relay for Life. I know I am excited about another birthday my son is able to have so lets help others have many more too.

Thank you for taking the time in reading why Im personally ‘Too Inspired Too Be Tired!’ Take care and God Bless!

-Karley B., Jakob’s Mom