Maun Lemke Maun Lemke Maun Lemke


Independent Consultant: (2005-present)
Alabama/Florida/Kansas/ Texas
Provide services to various companies and individuals as a Human Resource Consultant and Leadership coach/educator.

Restore Therapy Service, Ltd. (1999-2005)

Birmingham, AL
Corporate Vice President of Human Resources responsible for all aspects of employee relations, recruiting, benefits, management development, etc. company wide for 105 locations and over 1,000 off-site employees.

Delta Health Group, Inc. (1996-1999)
Pensacola, FL
Corporate Director of Human Resources responsible for company wide labor relations and human resource systems and policy development for a 5,000 employee multi-site corporation.

Integrated Health Services (1995-1996)
Alabaster, AL
Nursing Home Administrator management of a 230 bed sub-acute, skilled nursing facility and a staff of 240 health care professionals.

Beverly Enterprises Inc. (1987-1995)
Human Resource Representative (1990-1995)

Responsible for employee relations, management and leadership training for 24 locations and 3,000 employees.

Beverly Enterprises Inc. (1986-1987)
Ft. Myers, FL
Nursing Home Administrator management of a 150 bed, unionized skilled nursing facility and a staff of 190 health care professionals. The union was decertified under my tenure.


M.A. Spiritual Healing (magna cum laude), St. Johns University  2006
B.S. Business Administration, Youngstown State University  1987
A.S. Business Management, Youngstown State University  1982


Licensed Nursing Home Administrator Florida (1989)
Certified Training and Development Specialist
Certified Franklin-Covey Trainer “What Matters Most”
Clinical Hypnotherapist


College Affiliations: worked with the following Universities as a guest lecturer.
2000-2006 University of Alabama at Birmingham
Presented to the senior graduating classes of Physical Therapists; “Creating and Effective Resume and Selling Yourself in an Interview”

2001 Cumberland Law School
Co-presented with a labor law attorney; “Developing an Effective Foreign Recruitment Program”

1998 University of Alabama
Presented “Effective Leadership Principles for Today’s Workplace” to the senior class in Health Care Administration
Speaking Engagements: developed and taught, management related topics for continuing education credits (CE) for the following state organizations, as well as corporations not specifically listed:
  • Alabama Nursing Home Association
  • Florida Healthcare Association
  • Missouri Healthcare Association
  • Tennessee Healthcare Association

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