Jonathan has over 28 years’ experience working for the Metropolitan Police (United Kingdom) with much of that time in senior leadership roles. Jonathan’s police leadership required him to work with diverse communities, businesses, local authorities, across a number of government departments including the Home Office and Mayor of London’s office and internationally. He has considerable experience in prevention strategies, legislative changes, working with vulnerable groups, and partnership work. Jonathan retired from the Police Service in 2020 after a traumatic experience of workplace bullying, a period of his life that impacted on him considerably. He now dedicates much of his time to education and challenging workplace bullying behaviours which he says is entirely preventable and creating positive workplace culture. Jonathan now talks widely across social media and to businesses in person about psychosocial safety at work. He says, “Psychosocial safety is a leadership issue, and how you interact with people impacts their whole lives. It is therefore the most pressing issue of the contemporary workplace to master. Teaching your leaders interpersonal communications skills that empower not diminish. At the heart of bullying is always complex human dynamics and often unethical behaviours, corruption, discrimination, and harassment will emerge as the reason. Look deeper.” Jonathan lives in Cornwall and has also established a business running holiday cottages which allows him to pursue the many outdoor activities he enjoys both on and off the water.