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Kevin Jones - Engaged Learning. Huntsville, AL, US

Kevin Jones

President | Engaged Learning

Huntsville, AL, United-States

To the point, common sense speaker who challenges the status quo. Dynamic & thought provoking, I simplify the complex & inspire action.



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As an international speaker and Social / Organization Strategist, Kevin D. Jones works with organizations to help their cultures embrace new, much more effective ways of working. Together they identify roadblocks to greatness and make it easy for employees to do the right thing while weaving accountability, innovation and learning into their everyday work.

His keynotes do the same. He brings out the common sense that we unintentionally pass over and helps his audiences learn how to UPGRADE THEIR WORK. They leave feeling empowered and inspired with new ideas.

Kevin works as a consultant to businesses, including NASA.

Industry Expertise (3)

Business Services Training and Development Social Media

Areas of Expertise (3)

Innovating Management Collaborative Technologies (Internal Social Media) Failure

Accomplishments (2)

NASA's Internal Social Media Strategy (professional)


Helped NASA upgrade the way they work by creating and delivering their internal social media/ collaborative strategy.

8 Children (personal)


My wife and I have eight wonderful children and we homeschool them. I'd say that is a noteworthy personal accomplishment!

Education (2)

Boise State University: Masters of Science, Instructional & Performance Technology 2011

Focusing on HPT (Human performance technology) and organizational learning.

University of Oregon: Bachelors of Science, Business Administration 1998

Emphasis: Finance & Computers

Event Appearances (15)

What is After Social Business?

Lowe's Social Business Symposium  North Carolina


How to Be a Social Business

Pernod Ricard's Social Business Kickoff  New York


Consumerization of the Workforce

Information Technology Business Forum  Webconference


How to Fail at Enterprise 2.0

Enterprise 2.0  Boston, MA


Lessons Learned from Real-Life Enterprise, Social Media & Intranet 2.0 Journeys

Intra.Net Reloaded Conference  Berlin, Germany


Social Business Isn't Rocket Science - or is it?

Consumerization of IT Conference  San Francisco



Enterprise 2.0 - Santa Clara  Santa Clara, CA


Building Collaborative Teams Using Social Technologies

NASA IT Summit  San Francisco, CA


E2.0 Failure

Enterprise 2.0 - Boston  Boston, MA


Securing Social Media

Army IT Summit  Huntsville, AL


Enterprise 2.0: Effectively using Social Media within Business Organizations

NASA IT Summitt  Washington, DC


Mitigating Risks - Real or Perceived

Enterprise 2.0 - Boston  Boston, MA


Social Networking - It's Not What You Think

NASA CBPL Summitt  Annapolis, MD


Using Social Media & Networking for Learning & Performance Improvement

ISPI Charlotte  Charlotte, NC


Navigating Culture Shifts in Business

Training 2010  San Diego, CA


Sample Talks (3)

Upgrade Your Work - Innovating our Workplaces

Innovating the way we work is seldom considered. To match our companies with the exponentially changing business world we live in today requires agile, resilient companies. Reimagining the fundamentals of working, managing and leading will help us come up with answers to keep us strong for generations.

With great examples, this talk leaves the audience with their minds in hyper-speed, thinking of possibilities of how to upgrade their work and the way they manage their organizations.

Building Collaborative Organizations

Each organization is on a different point with embracing internal collaborative technologies. This keynote is tailored to the audience to take them from where they are to the next level. Turning fears into strengths, I will help the audience understand what is holding their organization back from adopting these tools and how they can take a big leap forward.

Embrace Your Failure

Failure is taboo in just about all circles of life. Yet if we were to discuss our failures we would be able to learn and grow much more than only sharing our successes. How should we view failure and how will it make us stronger? What type of culture must we have to profit from our shortcomings? We will look at specific cases where failure has led to fabulous results.



  • Keynote
  • Moderator
  • Panelist
  • Workshop Leader
  • Host/MC
  • Corporate Training


6000 to 10000 *Will consider certain engagements for no fee