Hello! Meet Shell M. Phelps, Co-Founder of Phelps Strategies, LLC.

Human Resources Professional, SHRM-CP

Shell M. Phelps is an HR Leader with over 23+ years of experience who teaches compelling one-degree shift strategies to professionals delivering company workforce transformations. Providing strategies and applications that are easy-to-use and easy-to-remember. An expert in the Human Resource arena.
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About Me

Shell M. Phelps is recognized for her distinguished HR leadership influence and thought provoking strategies that streamline people operations. Affectionately known as “Ms. Bliss”, due to her infectious positive energy, Shell cultivates an empowerment focus with a solution-based, problem solving, and decisive decision-making approach that have richly impacted hundreds of employees, executives, and clients.


What people are saying
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Shell Phelps is easy to talk with and is a great listener. She offers realistic solutions and seems genuinely concerned about me as a person and my well being.

Donna H.
President of Century Roll, Inc., WENC (Women's Business Enterprise)

Shell offers specific, impactful, and easy to implement applications that improve communication and understanding (with both internal and external parties). These efforts continue to support with my personal development as well as my ability to lead clients and teams more effectively.

Rusti G.
Director of Business Development & Industry Relations
OptiMed Health Partners

Shell Phelps has proven to be a true HR thought leader with thought-provoking and innovative strategic approaches as our organization evolves in the changing marketplace.

Rob D.
Chief Operating Officer
OptiMed Health Partners

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Strategies: Giving Feedback Without Being Hurtful

Leadership is defined as a responsibility. It is having the boldness to lead by example, encourage through positive reinforcement,

Reinventing Value: Women In The Workforce

It’s time to focus on your ambitions and compile your list of your aspirations.

Leadership Is Becoming An Employee-Centric Mindset

It used to be you could walk into a room full of workers and quickly identify the boss.