Learn how OMS can help you accurately identify high potential candidates, reduce hiring mistakes, and more successfully coach and engage employees…

Are hiring mistakes derailing your plans and eating deeply into your profits?

 

You can do something about that with OMS, a powerful management decision-making process.

With the OMS tools and training you can make more factual, objective strategic, operational, and people management decisions…

You can simplify people decisions, make them faster and with greater clarity… you can more accurately understand the implications and predict the outcomes of your decisions, and you can make decisions with greater certainty and fewer unintended consequences.

With OMS you can utilize scientific algorithms to objectively compare people and jobs to determine job compatibility, behavioral and motivational fit, and development needs…

By removing subjectivity and the guesswork OMS means higher performance, fewer costly bad hires, and less disruption to your sales and business plans.

Are management issues with coaching, leadership, and resolving people-problems challenging your growth?

Now, there is a solution: the OMS suite of timesaving, easy-to-use productivity tools…

With the OMS Interaction Styles training and the Interaction Guide series of reports your managers have access to tools and guidance to help them dramatically improve their interpersonal and influencing skills, performance coaching, and day-to-day people management.

Every manager in your organization can have a personal strategy and tactical plan for coaching every employee created by taking into account both the employee’s and the manager’s behavioral styles.

Every manager in your organization can understand and better utilize the individual talents that each employee brings to the workplace, better understand the differences and tap the motivating needs of each employee, and be more responsive to individual management expectations and preferences that have such great impact upon engagement and retention.

Speak with an OMS representative to get more information about how OMS can help you take your business to a whole new level of performance and profitability…

Jeremy S. Wortman, Ph.D., HRD INITIATIVES LLC, Lincoln NE
JWORTMAN@HRDINITIATIVES.COM
402-817-4902

With a strong passion for, and a commitment to, the positive development of individuals and organizations, Jeremy Wortman is the Owner of HRD Initiatives which specializes in Organizational Development and Talent Management Solutions. In this capacity he works with client partners’ executive teams in determining talent management strategies, building leadership talent, the implementation of solutions and the coaching of individual leaders.

Wortman has over fourteen years of experience in organization and leadership development with most of his time at TD Ameritrade where he was the Director of Organizational Effectiveness. There he was responsible for enterprise-wide talent management initiatives as well as partnering with senior executives across the organization to determine business unit and department-level talent management strategies, needs, and solutions that drive their performance goals. He has extensive knowledge of organizational psychology and has had great success in developing strategies and programs that build better individuals and organizations using a strengths-based approach.

Wortman also has a passion for studying and speaking on behavioral ethics within corporate America. Based upon his dissertation, he has developed a curriculum that inspires and even entertains business professionals to become stronger ethical decision makers. His innovative and inspiring approach to such a difficult topic has received outstanding reviews and solicits several speaking invites to nationwide conferences and organizations every year.

Wortman attended the University of Nebraska where he earned his Ph.D. in Organizational Behavior and a Masters in Business Administration. His undergraduate degrees are in Economics and Human Resources. He is a member of the American Psychological Association, the Society of Industrial and Organizational Psychology, and the Academy of Management. He is also active in his local community as the President for the Young Alumni Board for the College of Business Administration at the University of Nebraska where he has also been an adjunct professor since 1999.

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