Jonathan is Senior Vice-President, CoachHub and a professor at Henley Business School, as well as a global thought leader in behavioral change, listed in the Thinkers 50 and Global Gurus lists. He is a chartered psychologist, holds five degrees including an MBA and doctorate in psychology.
He is an accredited coach with the ICF and EMCC, as well as holding qualifications in team coach and coach supervision. He has published widely and contributed over 30 books and nearly 200 scientific papers and book chapters to the field, making him one of the most published coaches in the world.
His recent books include: ‘Becoming a Coach: The Essential ICF Guide’ (2020), ‘The Coaches Handbook’ (2021) and ‘CoachMe: Your Personal Board of Directors’ (2022). Over the past two decades Jonathan has worked as an executive coach, consultant and educator with hundreds of leaders and managers, from senior politicians to board directors helping them become the best version of themselves.
Prior to his current roles, Jonathan worked as managing director for a UK psychology company, worked for global firms including Price water house Coopers (PWC), IBM Business Consulting on large-scale change projects and executive coaching, OPM on government and not for profit leadership development.
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