Jonathan Halls

Jonathan Halls

Jonathan Halls & Associates

Keynotes & Seminars on leadership, communication, innovation. Bring international flair to your next event with former BBC exec now based in Alexandria, VA.

Fee Range: Available upon request
Travels from Alexandria, VA (US)

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http://www.speakermatch.com/profile/jonathanhalls

Or call SpeakerMatch at 1-866-372-8768.

Jonathan Halls
Jonathan Halls - Motivational Speaker

Jonathan Halls & Associates

Keynotes & Seminars on leadership, communication, innovation. Bring international flair to your next event with former BBC exec now based in Alexandria, VA.

Fee Range: Available upon request
Travels from Alexandria, VA

Affiliations:
  • The National Speakers Association
Jonathan Halls - Motivational Speaker

Jonathan Halls

Jonathan Halls & Associates

Keynotes & Seminars on leadership, communication, innovation. Bring international flair to your next event with former BBC exec now based in Alexandria, VA.

Fee Range: Available upon request
Travels from: Alexandria, VA

Affiliations:
  • The National Speakers Association

For more information about booking Jonathan Halls,
Visit http://www.speakermatch.com/profile/jonathanhalls/
Or call SpeakerMatch at 1-866-372-8768.

Articles

Don't Waste Your Money on Training
Updated on June 17, 2011
Too many organizations waste money on training. That's because they hire or employ people who don't understand how to plan, design and deliver training that is linked to business goals. Jonathan Halls argues that spending money on training should be an investment

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Workplace Innovation: Impact of Your Environment
Updated on June 17, 2011
Some organizations can't seem to stumble past the status quo. No matter how hard people try to spur innovation, it just doesn't seem to quick off. Often the workplace environment is to blame

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Innovation: Do Your Staff Trust You?
Updated on June 17, 2011
The first thing some managers ask when they are appointed to lead a team is, "who can I trust?" It's the wrong question. The first question they should ask if they want to create a powerful workplace is, "who can trust me?"

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