A Company Dedicated To

Changing Workplace Culture

Our mission is to transform people’s jobs and lives by sharing our own learnings, tools, and platform, with companies across the globe.

Why Workplace Culture?

Imagine if for-profit companies operated like non-profits. At Next Jump, it is our mission to help change the world with this simple mantra:

 
Better Me
Train and improve yourself at work

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Better You
Use that knowledge to help others

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Better Us
Work together to create a better world
Think about what we could accomplish if all companies were dedicated to improving Workplace Culture. We invite you to learn more…

Perks at Work

The core of our business, Perks at Work, helps employees access all the benefits their companies offer and helps HR professionals share this information easily with their staff.

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NxJ Leadership Academy

Learn how to apply our methods to your own company’s culture. We offer half day, full day, and 3 day fully immersive courses about building a better workplace culture.

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Our Culture

Over the past 21 years, we’ve engineered tools and programs that foster a culture of leadership and growth. Our goal is for each Next Jumper to lead a successful life, both at work and at home.

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Latest News
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2016 Avengers Ceremony

Aug 25, 2016

The Avengers Award is the highest honor at Next Jump. It is a peer nominated award that recognizes the Next Jumper who exemplifies steward-leadership. Avengers personify the spirit of “along we can do good, together we can do great”.

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CEO Talk: Brené Brown

A friend and mentor to NextJump, Brené Brown is a thought-leader, researcher, and storyteller. Her 2010 TED x talk, The Power of Vulnerability, is one of the top five most viewed TEDtalks in the world, with over 25 million viewers.

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PS 119 Visit

Next Jump’s Sponsored Public School PS 119 in the Bronx sent 35 students to our NY office for a field trip. Students experienced our culture first hand, by participating in Spin Classes, Coding Exercises, and Development Meetings.

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What Makes a Leader?

During a recent Next Jump Academy visit from the CIA, Charlie Kim discussed how leadership has changed from being a “boss” to being a “leader.