Jon Haverly is a Master Practitioner for the Wiseman Group where he leads Multipliers workshops, delivers keynotes and provides leadership coaching. His recent clients include Facebook, Johnson & Johnson, Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center, Citrix, Cisco, PWC, Sasol, Connecticut Department of Transportation, New York Office of Information Technology, State University of New York Research Foundation, and the Cancer Treatment Centers of America.
During his workshops, he draws upon his extensive leadership experience to help business, government and non-profit organizations apply the Multipliers principles to more fully engage and utilize their teams. As a coach Jon helps leaders unlock the full potential of their teams and organizations to become even more successful.
Clients frequently recognize his ability to translate workshop topics into actions which provide opportunities to apply
Jon is a certified Project Management Professional (PMP) and holds a Master of Business Administration from Albany University. He lives with his wife and two children in Upstate New York.
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“Jon excels in his facilitation of Multipliers workshops. He turns negatives into opportunities and positives into accelerators to keep disparate groups on track and moving forward, using differences as complementary forces and commonalities as foundations to build on. His ability to turn concepts into actionable tasks provides opportunities to apply
Brenda Breslin, Director at New York State (Retired)
“Jon has the ability to capture your attention, spur your imagination, and reveal powerful insights into being a “Leader as Multiplier.” Not only does Jon focus on practical leadership skills that can be immediately implemented, but he also involves the group at all times, making his sessions highly interactive. Our teams have been thrilled with his work. I’d highly recommend Jon to all organizations looking for a practical and lasting approach to changing leadership behavior with an immediate ROI!“
John Malanowski, Past Chief Human Resources Office for Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center