Cognitive psychologist, ‘cultural architect’, and the Chief Editor for Strategic HR Review Javier Bajer has spent the last 20 years helping organisations and cities drop old habits, from HSBC to Buckingham Palace to the City of Buenos Aires. An enthralling keynote speaker, he draws on his understanding of human behaviour to produce change in record times.
Javier Bajer is a cognitive psychologist and a trailblazer in Leadership Performance and Culture Change. His unique skill is to enable people to engage, collaborate and ultimately make things happen. He highlights ways to inspire trust, work efficiently as a team, and increase employee engagement, in an experienced way which inspires positive action.
In 1998 Javier, who started out at Accenture, became the Founding CEO of The Talent Foundation, the international network of businesses and academia created to find concrete answers to the challenge of unlocking Human Talent in a limited timeframe.
He went on to cofound WFP to develop practical applications around those findings, and Project Red Stripe for The Economist.
Javier holds a PhD in the area of Behavioural Change and an MSc in Neurosciences.
Javier believes that engaging people to work together and create sustainable value should take months, not years. He works with Boards of global organisations and city governments, and has been instrumental in some of the world’s largest mergers, bringing people together as a priority above technology.
He frequently addresses international conferences and collaborates with the media, and is a member of the Editorial Board of Strategic HR Review.
Javier is a member of the RSA Council and an advisor to the Royal Household and Investors in People.
Javier Bajer is a cognitive psychologist and a trailblazer in Leadership Performance and Culture Change.