Osmaan is passionate about enabling individuals and businesses create Rapid Transformations, in their thinking, feelings, behaviours, opportunities and results!
Through his company Rapid Transformation, Osmaan combines his business experience with a number of innovative, cutting-edge disciplines that are proven to get results. These include Neuro-Lingusitic Programming (NLP), Talent Dynamics™, Creating Your Future™ Coaching Processes, Spiral Dynamics™, Psychology and, of course, real ‘common sense’.
It’s not about theory and certificates though, as he uses all his business, training and coaching experience to help his clients make a Rapid Transformation in their professional and personal lives!!
He also brings with him a wealth of business expertise from his previous careers within Human Resources, Leadership Development & Customer Services.
Before embarking upon his own business, Osmaan had a successful career within both the banking and retail industries. He worked in a variety of head office roles within Lloyds TSB, including as a Project Manager, Leadership Development Manager, Assistant Human Resource Business Partner and Client Relationship Manager.
Osmaan was also a Regional Training Manager and Human Resource Manager for one of the top 15 stores within Marks and Spencer and a Regional Training Manager.
Osmaan says “I use Talent Dynamics both personally and also with my clients to ensure that we are get into and maintain our flow! I love the simplicity of the Talent Dynamics Profiles and how it has real practical solutions to help you achieve your success. It’s also great that it’s not about pigeon-holing you or to determine what you can or can’t do – it’s all about giving you choice in HOW you do things and making sure you play to your strengths and let other people’s strengths assist you too!
It compliments the Rapid Transformation ethos of my business and works hand-in-hand with the Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP) tools and mindsets that we specialise in. It has helped ensure my clients are playing their game in the way that would bring the best out of THEM, rather than thinking they need to follow the strategies and behaviours of how other people do it.”