Jon Ingham, consultant, keynote speaker and author
Jon Ingham is an experienced and engaging international keynote speaker who is increasingly asked to chair, moderate and facilitate conferences, panels and other sessions. Working around the world, Jon trains HR practitioners and others through in-house training sessions as as well as open courses with various providers. As a consultant he works globally across all sectors helping devise and develop strategic, high impact approaches to people.
Jon Ingham's recent clients
Aviva, AXA, BSI Bank, Domestic & General, QBE, HSBC, Lloyds Banking Group, Rabobank, Towergate Insurance, VTB, National Bank of Abu Dhabi, Boots, Mr Price Group South Africa, Samsung Asia, The Trainline, Big Lottery Fund, Bromford Housing, West Midlands Police, Transport for London, Said Business School - Oxford University, Tenaga Nasional Berhad Malaysia, OSI Food Solutions, Barilla, RasGas Qatar and Coca Cola Indonesia.
Jon Ingham's recent projects
"I consult globally with business leaders, HR departments and others to raise the level of their ambition around people management in order to have more impact on business results. This often involves developing innovative, value creating people, team and organization management / development strategies. I also design and implement strategic people management programmes, for example in talent management, employee engagement and organization development. And I help increase value in specific HR processes and technologies e.g. recruitment, performance management, learning and development etc.
I help business leaders and HR teams develop their own strategic capabilities. Additionally, I have conducted research for the Economist Intelligence Unit and various technology vendors."
Sole social media partner for Economist's Talent Management Summit 2011, 2012, 2013, 2015, 2016. Recognized by HR Magazine as the 7th Most Influential UK thinker (2013) and by HR Examiner as the #1 top global online influencer in talent management (2010) and a top 100 global influencer in HR (2010).