Social Health.
Modern Connectedness.
Productivity in the Age of Overload.

'Julia Hobsbawm is the wizard of modern connection'

Simon Schama


"Julia Hobsbawm is
a captivating speaker"

Edinburgh International Book Festival Review


Shortlisted for

Management Book of the Year &
Business Book of the Year


"Catalyst for
Phenomenal Thinking"

Winner, First Women Awards


Julia Hobsbawm has defined Social Health as the antidote to the Age of Overload for businesses, government and individuals. Her ideas are being featured by, amongst others, the World Economic Forum, and The OECD. Her new book about Social Health has been shortlisted in Britain for the Chartered Management Institute’s Management Book of The Year and for Business Book of the Year.

Julia Hobsbawm is Honorary Visiting Professor at London's Cass Business School and at England's University of Suffolk.

In 2005 she founded the successful 'knowledge networking' business www.editorialintelligence.com and the ideas conference www.namesnotnumbers.com and the UK Comment Awards www.commentawards.com. In 2016 she launched www.networkingnations.eu as a response to Brexit. She executive produces and co presents the podcast series Human and the Machine

Today Julia regularly consults, writes, teaches, and gives speeches and workshops on Social Health including its core components: How to manage Knowledge, Networks and Time.

In addition to her books, articles and speeches, Julia is a broadcaster. She has written and presented two series for BBC Radio 4 and regularly appears on television and radio networks and podcasts.

Julia was awarded an OBE for Services to Business in the Queen's Birthday Honours list in June 2015. A trustee of London's Jewish Museum, She is a Patron of The Facial Surgery Research Foundation and the Zoe Trust.


Julia describe Social Health at London Business Forum.

'Extremely relevant and engaging. In a field of excellent speakers, our post event survey identified her as the most popular speaker on the day.'

Lorna Gozzard, Head of Marketing and Corporate Communications, Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park on Julia’s 2017 keynote to Leading London: London at the heart of business innovation

'Catalyst for Phenomenal Thinking'

Winner, First Women Awards

'Julia Hobsbawm not only thinks originally, she also has the rare skill of conveying those insights to an audience in a compelling and illuminating way.'

Aita Ighodaro, Founding Director, Idaro

'Julia Hobsbawm is a captivating speaker'

Edinburgh International Book Festival, August 2017


Hay Festival, June 2017


TedX, April 2017


Fully Connected:

Fully Connected was shortlisted for the CIM Management Book of the Year 2018 and The Business Book Awards 2018 and will be published in paperback in March 2018.

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The world of knowledge networking and Social Health and its impact on productivity, engagement and social mobility is just beginning to be understood. Professor Julia Hobsbawm OBE is at the forefront of the ideas and behaviour-based practices arising out of contemporary research in neuroscience, behavioural economics, management and leadership theory and social network analysis. She undertakes a limited amount of corporate and organisational consulting to develop stronger network systems, knowledge management flows and improved workplace practices around teams. For further information: julia@thefullyconnected.com



Chicago’s Morning Business Show, January 2018

Monocle Weekly, January 2018

FD (Netherlands), December 2017

New Statesman Diary, January 2018




Registered address: 41 Cheverton Road London N19 3BA

Twitter: @juliahobsbawm
LinkedIn: juliahobsbawm
Phone: 07967 813 975
Speaking enquiries: nathalie@thefullyconnected.com