Brad has more than 10 years of experience performing a wide variety of human resources functions, including creating company policies, recruiting, designing employee benefit plans, and facilitating employee training. He is an experienced change management leader who has seen corporate initiatives through to positive result.

As a member of Schenck’s Human Resources Consulting team, Brad builds relationships with clients, assesses their HR needs and determines appropriate solutions for a wide variety of everyday HR challenges. Brad is DISC certified and accredited as a certified behavioral consultant, allowing him to assist clients with using the DISC Personality profile instruments as a tool to better understand employees’ behaviors and motivations, recruit and retain top talent, and create stronger teams.

Brad joined Schenck in 2016 and is a member of the firm’s Government & Not-For-Profit team. Prior to joining Schenck, Brad served as a global mobility manager at Bemis Company, managing the HR aspects of intracompany mobility.

Accomplishments

  • Served as the benefits subject matter expert (SME) as well as the change management lead for company-wide human resources information system implementation
  • Researched, designed and implemented a wellness rewards program resulting in improved employee health and company bottom line savings
  • Worked closely with senior management on several Fortune 500 company acquisitions and divestitures

Education

University of Wisconsin–LaCrosse, BS, Interpersonal Communication

Certifications

  • DISC Certification
  • Certified Behavioral Consultant

Professional memberships

  • Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM)

Community Involvement

  • Cottagewood Commons, Vice President of the Board of Directors
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