Published by Skills for Justice
As a not-for-profit organisation committed to the development of an improved and sustainable justice workforce across the UK, Jon joins our diverse board of members, formed of a broad spectrum of public sector leaders who come together to inform, agree and lead the organisational strategy to achieve this.
John Rogers, Chief Executive at Skills for Justice said: “We are delighted to welcome Jon to our board at this pivotal time. His shared commitment to improving the future of our sectors, underpinned by a thorough understanding of leadership development barriers and enablers, at both a local and national level, will help us shape our integrated solutions to continue supporting our workforce and communities.”
“Developing people is a cause dear to my heart,” Jon said of his new appointment, “particularly those who have had fewer opportunities in life. Joining the Skills for Justice board allows me to further this cause and I hope I can bring useful experience and perspectives. I can’t wait to get stuck in.”
Throughout his career, Jon has developed particular expertise in working to improve workplace culture and diversity, especially in building resilience among union members. Having tutored leadership programmes for middle managers, with a particular focus on the value of good line management he said: “No one should begin and end their working lives with the same skills. If we are to recover from the pandemic successfully and build back better for everyone, then skills development is a must and organisations like Skills for Justice have a key part to play.”