- Employees give you that extra effort and brain power
- Character is to an individual as culture is to an organization
- For any business leader wanting to create a culture of ownership
- What, How and Why of helping employees think and act like owners
- Brad has a systematic approach to making the numbers work for your company, which he talks about in depth.
- What are companies doing wrong with incentive and bonus plans, and how can they correct it?
- Grow an Existing Business
Brad Hams on how to overcome the insidious effects of entitlement and create an engaged workforce that will significantly improve your organization’s profitability, employee retention, and overall culture.
Brad’s no-nonsense ideas for ending entitlement and engaging employees in business are practical, easily implemented, and quantifiable.
Brad Hams is engaging and interactive as he shares his experience as a business owner, executive, by providing step-by-step instructions.
Brad has helped hundreds of companies to diminish or defeat the entitlement mentality that is so pervasive and so devastating in our country and to replace it with cultures of earning – empowering employees to think and act like owners.
He believes that human beings do not gain self esteem through unearned compensation, empty praise or false security, but rather through achievement.
He provides employees and organizations with the tools and training they need to realize their potential, and to create wealth where wealth might never have been created.
Brad has developed the Ownership Thinking model when he was the president of Mrs. Fields Cookies.
He has held executive positions in the area of finance and operations in a fortune 100 company.
Brad is a lifelong student of business and finance, holds a master’s degree in Organizational Development and Human Resources, and has taught business at the graduate level.
“Implementing Brad’s thinking has tripled our bottom line and we have distributed over $300,000., in profit sharing to our emloyees! Brad’s program was the best investment we have ever made.”
Books by Brad Hams