Julia Hobsbawm

Editor-at-large for Social Health


Julia Hobsbawm is editor-at-large of Thrive Global’s Social Health section, the author of Fully Connected: Social Health in an Age of Overload and the founder of the consultancy socialhealth.expert. She is Honorary Visiting Professor in Workplace Social Health at Cass Business School, University of London, and sits on the European Advisory Board of Kronos Incorporated’s Workforce Institute. She speaks regularly to global corporate and policymaking audiences ranging from banks and law firms to the European Commission and the OECD. Julia Hobsbawm, who was awarded an OBE for Services to Business in the
2015 Birthday Honours List by The Queen is also the founder of the content and connection company Editorial Intelligence which runs thought leader symposiums and podcasts such as thehumanandmachine.com and namesnotnumbers.com. She has five children and step-children, two pussycats and one husband and lives in London.

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Work Smarter//

What Our Body Clocks Can Tell Us About the Way We Work

by Julia Hobsbawm
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Tech Has Become the ‘Third Person In the Room.’ Time For a Rethink

by Julia Hobsbawm
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Wellbeing 2.0

by Julia Hobsbawm
Social Health//

It’s Time For Social Health

by Julia Hobsbawm

Not Waving But Drowning

by Julia Hobsbawm

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