Shannon Gabriel is Vice President of TBM’s Leadership Solutions practice where she leads the organization’s comprehensive approach to labor strategy, change management and leadership development that impact top-line growth and improve organizational culture.

Shannon partners with clients to develop and implement effective talent management processes in order to acquire, nurture and retain the best-possible operational talent in rapidly changing environments. 

She has more than 20 years of experience helping organizations solve their most complex human capital challenges including HR strategy, talent / performance management, as well as hiring strategy & execution supporting leadership development and succession planning. 

She has played a key role with private equity firms in designing and building corporate and regional leadership teams to oversee newly formed organizations, developing leadership development programs customized from change readiness assessments.  Shannon has also led outsourcing efforts in the past two recessions with several national companies.

Shannon is a trusted advisor to a diverse list of clients ranging from large global manufacturers to mid-sized privately-held companies including Church & Dwight, Young Innovations, National Gypsum, Corbion Ingredients, Teva Pharmaceutical, Fort Dearborn, GKN, Pratt & Whitney, PepsiCo/Frito-Lay, Owens Corning, Grundfos Pumps, and Kohler.

Prior to joining TBM, Shannon was the Vice President with Systematic Business Consulting and Division Manager for Austin Nichols. In addition to her career experience, Shannon has a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science from Fort Hays State University and is a certified Lean Six Sigma Green Belt.

Shannon has been certified as a Personalysis Practitioner.

Shannon is a member of the Forbes Human Resources Council where she shares her expertise and advice with other business leaders looking to transform their talent strategy to increase productivity and profitability, and is certified as a Personalysis Practitioner.