Brad Hams is Founder and President of Ownership Thinking, LLC, a consulting and training organization with offices throughout the U.S. Hams is committed to guiding and educating individuals and organizations toward effectively controlling their own financial destiny through the development of ownership thinking. He delivers engaging, educational, and
interactive programs that take the mystery out of running highly successful and profitable businesses and lives. He has been speaking, consulting, writing, and training on these concepts for over a decade, and has helped hundreds of companies to improve their financial performance and win in the marketplace.
Hams holds a master's degree in Organizational Development and Human Resources
for the University of San Francisco, and is an adjunct professor at University of Phoenix, where he has taught at both the undergraduate and graduate levels. He has held executive level positions in a fortune 100 company, and is past president of Mrs. Fields Cookies, Mexico. He has authored several articles and a book: Ownership Thinking.
Hams' topics include:
- Creating an Ownership Thinking Culture: How to align everyone in your company with its strategic and business objectives
- Strategic Planning Made Simple
All of his keynotes, seminars, and workshops are tailored specifically for his audience.
Hams' clients include Alcoa, Enbridge Oil Company, The Executive Committee, Gambro Healthcare, Hewlett Packard, LEED Energy Services, MediaOne, Monroe Publishing, Mrs. Fields Cookies, Northwest Trailer Parts, OE&S, Pivot Interiors, Synthetic Industries, TECO Energy, US Balloon, and Wall Technology
Testimonials for Brad Hams:
"Since hiring Brad Hams eight months ago, our sales have increased by about 10% while our profits have more than doubled." Andrew Schwartz, President, Wall Technology.
"This never would have gotten off
the ground without the guidance from Brad Hams. We have had a $1.2 million profit improvement in one year, and are now in the top 5% of our industry." Zim Boulos, Office Environments and Systems.