NADEEM KHAN

   16 years

   of Human Resources and
organizational development

Organizational Development Trainer and Facilitator”

A Graduate Entrepreneur at one of England’s leading business schools, Lancaster University and the Founder & MD at Optimizhr Ltd. (a human capital consultancy that offers advisory and consultancy services around People Analytics, Talent Strategy and Leadership Development), Nadeem is an official trainer for the North & Western Lancashire Chamber of Commerce.

With 16 years of experience in Organizational Development, HR Operation and Sales, Nadeem is highly appreciated among grass root level employees due to his simplified activity based learning and joyful personality to foster learning.

CAREER PROGRESSION & ACCOMPLISHMENTS

Nadeem has consulted for one of Europe’s largest aerospace manufacturer to improve their Organisational Learning and Knowledge Management strategy. His experience also includes developing, designing and delivering bespoke learning interventions for organ isations such as Coca-Cola, Goeth-Institut, Avery Dennison, TPS, PARCO and Pakistan Petroleum to name a few.

Nadeem’s work has been recently featured in People Management – the biggest HR magazine in UK, Chamber of Commerce – Lancaster and Lancaster University. He is a contributor for Tucana – Europe’s leading community of People Analytics thought leaders and The UK Domain – enabling entrepreneurs to achieve excellence. Nadeem has received the prestigious Graduate Entrepreneur Tier-1 Visa after successfully taking an entrepreneurial route and securing a project with the largest people accreditation body in UK.

ACHIEVEMENTS

  • A fellow of the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development, Nadeem has obtained the Advance Level 7 in Leadership and Organisational Development after receiving a scholarship at Lancaster University Management School.
  • Conferred with an honour, he specialises in People Analytics and its business impact.
  • Nadeem interviewed the top C-Level Executives in FTSE 100 and management consultancies in UK to unlock his research question ‘Why HR Cannot Embrace HR Analytics.’