Jordan George is an award-winning talent development leader and speaker with a passion for building people and places that work better.
A relentless optimist, Jordan believes we can work better, smarter, and more purposefully by focusing more intentionally on the employee experience – and maybe help people hate Mondays a little less along the way.
With over a decade of experience designing innovative and highly engaging training solutions for Fortune 500 companies like Wyndham Destinations and Starbucks to small and mid-sized enterprises, Jordan knows how to get people excited about learning.
Harnessing knowledge and techniques gained from his experience as a professional improviser and performer, Jordan teaches learners valuable skills to improve communication, amplify creativity, and build satisfying workplaces people love being a part of. Having led thousands of training sessions, workshops, and retreats for groups ranging from 3 to 500 people, Jordan is known for being a talented facilitator who delivers hilarious, high-impact, and inspirational keynote speeches (click here for a short sample!).
Off the stage, Jordan is passionate about giving back to his community. He regularly volunteers with Ronald McDonald House Charities and previously served on the board of the Central Florida Chapter of Credit Unions where he helped organize and fund major events, like the annual golf tournament benefiting Give Kids the World Village. A lifelong learner, Jordan graduated cum laude with a bachelor's in Organizational Communication and Leadership from Rollins College (where he is currently pursuing his MHR), and has been recognized as both a Strategic HR Business Partner (sHRBP) by the Human Capital Institute and a Leadership Development Certified Professional (LDCP) by the Institute for Organizational Development.
Jordan lives in beautiful Orlando, Florida where he makes it a weekly habit to seek out the absolute best places to eat anywhere within driving distance. He is also an avid traveler, having visited nearly half of the 50 states (but also particularly in love with Japan and Ireland). If you're local to Central Florida, you might be able to catch Jordan performing improv at SAK Comedy Lab in downtown Orlando or at other venues around the city.