China Gorman Appointed Senior Vice President, DBM

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China Miner Gorman, an internationally respected leader in professional services and human capital management, has been appointed Senior Vice President of Global Operations and Career Transition Services for DBM, a global human capital management and transitions firm.

China Miner Gorman, an internationally respected leader in professional services and human capital management, has been appointed Senior Vice President of Global Operations and Career Transition Services for DBM, a global human capital management and transitions firm. The appointment, effective immediately, was announced by Charles Kalmbach, DBM’s President and Chief Executive Officer, to whom Gorman reports.

As Senior Vice President, Gorman will lead DBM’s efforts to implement a new global Delivery Management System designed to enhance customer transition services support from DBM’s 230 locations worldwide. She will also be instrumental in guiding strategic initiatives for the organization’s Career Transition Services product management efforts, including the International Center for Executive Options. Gorman will serve as a member of DBM’s executive team.

"China Gorman brings a wealth of human capital industry and operational experience to this newly created role at DBM which integrally links our core career transition services development with global delivery quality and efficiency," said Kalmbach. "China has a proven track record of excellence in the delivery of outplacement services and will provide new perspectives to DBM’s industry-leading C-level transition services."

Gorman previously worked for DBM through 1996 as an Executive Vice President. She then spent seven years with Lee Hecht Harrison, a global human resources and outplacement services company which is owned by Adecco S.A, serving as Chief Operating Officer and most recently as President. Her career includes roles with Keystone Associates, PMG. Inc, and the Christian Science Monitor. She was also co-founder of the Human Resource Management Corporation.

Throughout her career, Gorman has expertly guided organizations through a wide variety of transitions, including turnarounds, rapid growth scenarios and business slowdowns, with exceptional results. Her areas of expertise include producing enhanced performance in operations and sales growth, business strategy and recruiting, developing, and retaining talent.

"DBM’s visionary leadership and its brand of quality and innovation, combined with its status as an independently owned company, make it the winning team in the human capital and transition management industry," said Gorman. "I am proud to be rejoining DBM at this exciting time in its history and look forward to helping DBM continue to expand its portfolio of services worldwide as a leading provider of transition support to organizations and individuals."

Gorman received her Bachelor’s degree from Principia College and has completed significant post-graduate work in Organizational Development at National Lewis University. She currently serves as a Board member for Chicago’s Council for Adult and Experiential Learning and Adventure/Unlimited in Denver. She previously served on Boards for the Association of Career Management Consulting Firms International and The Resource Partnership.

About DBM

DBM (http://www.dbm.com) is a leading global human capital management firm providing transition services to private and public companies, not-for-profits and governments. With almost 40 years of experience creating innovative career transition solutions, DBM annually guides more than 7000 organizations and 250,000 individuals through key transitions caused by significant change events or by the dynamic ongoing employee changes which impact business daily. DBM counsels organizations on aligning workforces with business strategy after mergers, acquisitions and restructurings; transitioning employees for increased speed to competency or improved productivity; and outplacement planning and implementation. DBM consultants also provide career transition and business coaching services to individual clients seeking to get the most out of their personal career transitions. DBM has 230 locations serving 85 countries and has partnered with 70 percent of the Fortune 500 and 80 percent of the Global 500 companies.

This press release was distributed through eMediawire by Human Resources Marketer (HR Marketer: http://www.HRmarketer.com) on behalf of the company listed above.

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