Senior Trainer and Consultant
Bill Jacox is a seasoned director, facilitator, trainer, manager, and coach with substantive experience both as a practitioner and trainer in the fields of leadership development, staff development, team building, change management, team alignment, culture, engagement, and performance. Much of his professional practice has been assessing, developing, and implementing leadership, learning and development programs within higher education, for-profit and not-for-profit organizations.
In his current position, Bill plans, designs, coordinates and delivers a wide variety of training and development programs and provides professional organizational development consultation to County agencies and departments.
Bill holds a Masters in Education from the University of New Hampshire and a Ph.D. in Leadership and Change Management from Antioch University. Before joining Alameda County, Bill worked as a Director with Adventure Associates, Inc. and created the Leadership and Team Development Program at the University of California, Irvine. Bill also served as an adjunct faculty at California State University, Long Beach.
Groups benefit from his ability to connect quickly with people. Bill is sincere, has great presence and is particularly skilled at managing large groups. His facilitation style is one that balances fun with the application of workplace skills.