Jo Boxer joins organisational change consultancy Dragonfish

15 November 2017 Consultancy.uk

Culture consultancy Dragonfish have hired Jo Boxer as the firm’s newest Culture and Engagement Consultant. The UK-headquartered organisational change firm have added Boxer to their Southampton office, as they seek to grow their operations on Britain’s south coast.

Organisational change is an eternally evolving front, which sees consultancies continuously engaged by clients in order to transform their capabilities and remain agile and competitive. In particular, this has recently involved the changing of culture surrounding digital technology at firms, with the digital transformation consulting industry now surpassing $23 billion in annual revenues.

Founded in 2014, Dragonfish UK is an organisational consultancy, which aids businesses in their performance and culture transformations. Since establishing themselves from their Southampton base, the firm have spread to London, Sydney and LA. Their previous clients feature a number of well-known brands across multiple sectors including Fitness First, GoAhead, Lastminute.com, Gourmet Burger Kitchen, IBM, Care UK, JCDecaux, Merlin Entertainments, Shelter and Superdrug, among others. As demand for their services continues to grow, Dragonfish have bolstered their central operations with the recruitment of Jo Boxer. 

Jo Boxer - Culture and Engagement Consultant at dragonfish

Following 10 years of working in various business development roles, Boxer arrives at the Southampton office of Dragonfish to work as a Culture and Engagement Consultant. Most recently, she worked as a Leadership Development Consultant for Hampshire County Council, following a year-long stint as a Culture and Engagement Consultant with the Hampshire Fire and Rescue Service. 

Beyond public sector consulting, the University of Birmingham graduate also worked extensively in the health sector. Boxer became Head of Culture and Engagement at Simplyhealth during her spell at the group between 2009 and 2015, following a two year engagement as Business Development Manager with Vitality Healthcare, which the former latterly acquired.

During her previous employment, Boxer coached and mentored leaders and teams of clients to enhance their personal communications and maximise performance. She also developed and led high performance teams to deliver large programmes. Now, she will put her extensive knowledge and experience of developing, leading and delivering culture engagement strategy to use for Dragonfish.

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