JOHN W. SIGMON

CHANGING AND SHAPING THE FUTURE OF BUSINESS

The Modern HR

BREATHING LIFE INTO EMPLOYEE EXPERIENCE

What You Can Expect

As a strategic business leader I breathe life into the employee experience. I foster innovative business and human capital improvements across every sector of the economy.

My passion is leveraging potential and contributing to each employees’ successes as they add value to the enterprise. I enable individuals, teams, and organizations to achieve their potential through innovative human capital practices, technology, thought leadership, and a relentless focus on excellence.

I am a visionary strategist with nearly 20 years of human resources and business innovation successes across for profit, not for profit, and public sector organizations.

YEARS OF EXPERIENCE

Completed Projects

Happy Clients

Qualified Staff

Services

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Coaching

Executive
Teams
Career
Transition

Marketing Strategy

As a strategic business leader I breathe life into the employee experience. I foster innovative business and human capital improvements across every sector of the economy.

Consulting

Organizational Transformation/Redesign, Interim Leadership, HR Audit, Team   Performance Enhancement

Contact

info@johnsigmon.com
Washington, DC 20049
Branchport, NY 14418
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eBooks

The Empowered Chro, Drive an Innovation Culture with Dialogue, Talent Acquisition, also The Empowered CHRO: Leading the HR Department as a Company Within a Company

Interviews

Interview with Casual Films about the Disrupt HR Conference,
Interview on The Future of Work Podcast

Latest Posts

Practical Guide to Hiring

There is no doubt that the growth and success of a company is driven by its’ people. This is especially true in today’s competitive market, where an organization’s future depends on recruiting and retaining the best talent. Yet, even though talent recruitment and...

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The Empowered CHRO

As HR leaders we are responsible for employee engagement, acquiring the best talent, using data to drive business results, and creating and driving the most appropriate culture for our organization. Yet, we are often viewed as a support function; somehow separated...

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