Jeffrey Jolton

Director, People Analytics, PwC

Jeff is a Director within the People Analytics practice at PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC). He has over fifteen years of executive consulting experience in employee surveys, leadership development, and HR research and assessment-based change.

Jeff has worked with clients across industries, including large global organizations as well as mid-sized companies, creating survey programs that are aligned with and help drive companies’ strategy and vision.  This involves using survey data for advanced HR research (e.g., linkage to business metrics), and assessment-based development for leaders and managers. He is a regular presenter at numerous professional conferences as well as published extensively in both business periodicals and scientific journals, and co-edited a book on global HR practices.

Jeff holds a Ph.D. in Industrial/Organizational Psychology from Ohio University and a BA in Psychology from Lawrence University.

Upcoming Conference Sessions Featuring Jeffrey Jolton


Eating Our Own Cooking! Three Perspectives on How PwC uses its Employee Listening Program to be a Great Place to Work

PwC People Analytics practice doesn’t just work with a wide range of clients on their employee listening programs, we are also responsible for supporting PwC’s own Global People Survey initiative.  Being our own client and surveying more than 200,000 people from over 100 countries in the PwC network gives us a unique opportunity to learn from our own people and practices. In this session, we open that conversation to you by providing specific actions and strategies taken at each level, and how PwC incorporates employee feedback to be a top 100 place to work for 14 consecutive years.

You will learn:

The specific actions PwC has taken to incorporate feedback into their culture
The successful strategies that keeps PwC as a Top Place to Work for 14 years
Best practices in making engagement surveys more effective and an integrated part of the culture


The specific tools PwC has perfected to incorporate feedback into their ...

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