Jonathan Milton is a creative and versatile management consultant, trainer, coach and facilitator who has worked with a wide variety of individual, team, and system-wide organizational and leadership issues.
In 1989, Jonathan co-founded New Context Consulting, a full-service consulting and training firm. In addition to on-going organization development and executive coaching projects, New Context has developed many highly effective, results-oriented training programs such as "The Fast Track Change Acceleration Program", Facilitation for Results, "The System Time Out Process", The Idea Factory", "Collaboration Skills", "The FutureTense Scenario Planning Process", and "The Shared Vision Process".
Over the last few years, Jonathan has worked with a diverse clientele of small, mid-size and Fortune 500 companies, non-profits, and consulting groups, in the US and abroad:
Creative Learning Consultants- UK
Suncor - Canada
Ashland Chemical Co - US and Europe
Unilever Research - Holland
Education Development Corporation
Rocket Dyne Division, Boeing
SE Banken - Sweden
Between 1994 and 1997, Jonathan was a core team design member and trainer with internal staff at Ashland Chemical Company in creating the company's "Simply The Best" leadership development program. Delivered to over 750 managers from CEO to line supervisors, "Simply The Best" was co-recipient with AT&T of the 1995-96 "Vision For Performance Award" from the American Society For Training & Development (ASTD).
He has been a Senior Associate of Power & Systems, Inc., since 1984. He is licensed to train both the "Organization Workshop" and "Mastering The Middle Space In Organizations", and has trained both internal and external trainers and consultants to deliver these and other programs. Recent corporate trainees include staff from Unisys, First Union Bank, Microsoft, Hewlett-Packard and John Deere Co. Since 1972 he has also staffed the Power & Leadership Conference, featured in the Summer 1997 article "Power Camp", in Fast Company Magazine.
Jonathan has lectured and trained at Boston-area universities including Boston University School of Management and Executive MBA Program, Boston College and Boston University Schools of Social Work, and the John F. Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University. He has presented his work at conferences in Europe and the US, is a member of the Greater Boston Organization Development Network, Sociotechnical Roundtable, and The World Future Society.
He resides in East Barnard, Vermont and Chelsea, Massachusetts.