Sr. Organizational Development Manager


Miami, FL

Industry: Hospitality & Recreation


8 - 10 years

Posted 50 days ago

Job Description


The Senior Organizational Development (OD) Manager will serve as a key member of the Human Resources Talent & Organizational Capability Team with the goal of enhancing and advancing talent capability. This position will help drive the culture of career growth, promote talent mobility and enhance employee engagement across the business by partnering withHR colleagues and business leaders. The Senior Organizational Development (OD) Specialist will participate in the design, development, and delivery of OD initiatives that support the work elevates the employee experience. This position formulates meaningful relationships across the business to deliver value-added service to leadership and employees by way of talent management and development of teams, organizational design consultation, mentoring, providing counsel, and developing strategies and activities to improve attraction, performance and retention of exceptional talent.


Develops solutions and recommends interventions for achieve high individual and team performance across the enterprise.

Analyzes organizational structures, responsibilities, team work, business or operating procedures, reporting relationships and work processes to design efficient methods of accomplishing work.

Partner with business leaders, HR partners, and other internal groups as necessary to implement learning and development solutions based of business and departmental needs, including leadership development, skill development, competency development, 360 assessments, new leader assimilations and executive coaching.

Organizes training and organizational development activities, including team building and other relevant activities that create and sustain a positive working environment.

Provides talent development support and consulting to ensure successful execution of talent identification and development planning processes. This includes the people review process, succession planning, and career paths.

Leads discussion and solution recommendations related to culture change. Partners with learning and development team to develop solutions to assist with organization behavior change within current and future operating models.

Provides recommendations to new talent processes and system implementations.

Facilitates group sessions and able to debrief individual assessment feedback.

Job Requirements


  • Bachelor’s degree in industrial psychology, human resources, business or related field
  • Master’s degreepreferred
  • Executive coaching certification preferred
  • Certification in various assessment tools: culture, individual feedback, team feedback
  • Experience building relationships senior leaders/executives and managing those relationships


  • 7+ years of organizational change, learning, organization design, communication, and talent management experience
  • Strong leadership skills, including a history of increasing leadership responsibility and career growth in process improvement
  • Experience in culture assessment tools and partnering withHR and business leaders to develop pragmatic solutions
  • A history of mentoring and or teaching others to use organizational change, and/or learning methodologies
  • Outstanding communication skills with audiences of all levels
  • Ability to apply a structured change leadership approach and methodology for the people-side change caused by projects and change efforts
  • Ability to develop a change leadership strategy based on a situational awareness of changes and the groups impacted
  • Ability to identify potential people-side risks and anticipated points of resistance, and develop specific plans to mitigate or address concerns.