Jonathan Wright from Learn2

Jonathan Wright

Head of Strategic Partnerships and Client Success

Jonathan’s personal why is to help others become the best versions of themselves in and out of the workplace. No interaction is too short to make someone’s day just a little bit better through unrelenting enthusiasm and optimism. He has over 7 years’ successful experience building and leading teams in fast paced and ever-changing landscape of digital. He believes that everything in life is better with purpose and intent. Working for something that has no meaning is stressful but working towards a mission or purpose is passion and his entire career has been about passionately building strong foundations and processes that bring success to all partnerships and clients that he works with.

Recent Posts by Jonathan Wright

A boss using annoying workplace phrases with employees

Annoying Workplace Phrases to Avoid

Ever felt annoyed by cliché, overly used corporate lingo and phrases? It turns out that a lot of individuals and team members are feeling the same. Good communication in a workplace means everything, but the key to good communication may mean letting go of unappealing business jargon. In a recent poll conducted by Slack, 63 […]

An organization with a culture of teamwork in the workplace

How To Build a Culture of Teamwork in the Workplace

A high-performing team could be deemed one of the most important components in the workplace. But more than simply feeling like part of the team, a culture of teamwork in the workplace often creates an environment of improved communication and employee satisfaction. Below is a look at how to build a culture of teamwork in […]

An employee displaying a customer-centric culture in the workplace

How To Build A Customer-Centric Culture In The Workplace

Companies across the globe understand that putting the customers first is extremely important for businesses. However, truly building a customer-centric organization naturally fosters an operation where customers automatically come first, and all employees have a supportive mindset. Take a closer look at what it truly means to be customer-centric and learn how to build a […]