Jonathan Reeve learning and developement
Jonathan Reeve

Senior consultant

Jonathan is a Senior Change Consultant with a nineteen-year track record in delivering change within complex projects. He joined Afiniti in 2007 with a background in learning design and delivery and has strong experience in managing and delivering readiness programmes, and in working closely with users of newly implemented systems. 

His professional expertise is supported by post-graduate qualifications in training (Member of the Institute of IT Training, Microsoft Certified Trainer), Microsoft Office (Microsoft Certified Application Specialist) and Project Management (Prince 2 Practitioner).

He has been the project manager and learning lead on numerous change projects for the transport, oil and gas and insurance industries, often as part of larger change or transformation programmes. He is also practised in tracking and measuring benefits realisation for clients such as Reed Elsevier. Jonathan has also successfully managed and delivered a variety of projects for clients including Hiscox Insurance, Aspen Insurance, Whitbread, Ralph Lauren and Thomson Reuters.

The real petrolhead of the team, Jonathan has owned a long succession of what his wife refers to as “silly cars”! He loves track days, recently driving fulfilling a childhood dream of driving various supercars on-track, including a Ferrari and a Lamborghini. Jonathan also enjoys sailing, surfing, reading, music and being a constant embarrassment to his three children!


Jonathan’s Insights

delivering change across silos

Avoiding Silos when Delivering Change

Are you delivering change with a focus on the business benefits you want to achieve and how well do you deliver change to people?
5 tips to writing your communications strategy

Getting people up to speed during business change

The way in which we access learning has changed fundamentally…
Customised learning

Thoughts on the move to Customised Learning

Customised learning means that when putting together any form of learning for a client, as a learning consultant you really need to get to know not only your subject, but the client and what they expect to gain from the learning you create for them.

Scenario Based Learning for change programmes

The learning industry loves a three letter acronym! SBL, or Scenario Based Learning, is one of the latest ones, but how can it improve the learning experience?