Mohamed Jogi

Mohamed Jogi – Strategic Coordinator

 

As an HR & Organisational development specialist he has over 17 years’ experience working in the private, public and independent sector both in the UK and abroad. He has designed and delivered a wide variety of HR and organisational development and learning strategies and practices. He has overseen and carried out major interventions around HR & OD for executives, managers, and employees in banking, healthcare, and emergency services.

 

He has published national briefing documents on ‘Connecting Diversity with Healthcare’, Managing Diversity – Making it core Business and Human Rights and Human Resources in the NHS.  He has also published research articles on ‘BME Disciplinary and the NHS’, Experience of African Nurses in the NHS, & Equality Diversity in the NHS

 

He is recognised as a Chartered Fellow of the Chartered Institute Personnel Development, Fellow of the Chartered Management Institute and a Full member of the Institute of Healthcare Management (MIHM). He holds a Masters in Human Resource Leadership. In addition he is also an accredited PRINCE2 project manager, NLP practitioner and a qualified and experienced job evaluator and qualified BPS Level A & B Qualifications in Occupational testing.

 

Email: mojo011273@rocketmail.com

AFSA-Members

National Chair – Mehrban Sadiq

Vice Chair – Diane Dunlevey

Vice Chair – Mohammed Ali

National Advisor – Daryl Oprey

National Advisor – Jagtar Singh

General Secretary – Yasmin Bukahri

Treasurer – Balbir Singh

Vice Treasurer – Wayne McCollin

National Advisor Equality and Diversity – Dalvinder Rai

Advisor Local Government Association – John Edwards

Communications, Cultural Event and Partnership Coordinators – Rubina Bhatti & Rehana Iqbal

Firefighters Advisor – Parvindar Singh

Members Secretary – Baiju Panchamatia

Minute Secretary – Michael Ogwo

Charity Coordiantors – Jagtar Singh & Mehrban Sadiq

International Project Lead – Mohammed Ali

Strategic Co-ordinator – Mohamed Jogi

Website Consultation –Asha Iqbal

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