We are delighted to announce globally recognised L&D expert and author, Nigel Jeremy as our guest speaker for the OnTrack Big Conversation sessions happening across the globe over June and July.

Nigel has enjoyed a stellar career across some of the world’s biggest brands including British Airways, Marks and Spencer, HBOS, Vodafone and EasyJet. Each of the roles has firmly established Nigel as a globally recognised expert in helping organisations deliver through people over the last three decades. He is often sought for his understanding of working across international cultures and generations in the workplace, which will provide a great basis for our discussions, starting on 23 June, regarding the future beyond COVID-19.

Picture of guest speaker, Nigel JeremyWith an impressive track record in creating talent and performance cultures, Nigel always finds a way to make the complex issues of leadership and management psychology simple and practical. His speaking topics span all aspects of engaging people, with a particular focus on leadership, management and the creation of employee-centric culture, crucial for the new world of work in 2020.

On the 23rd June at 3pm (SGT), John Augustine Ong, Head of Learning and Development, Singapore Exchange SGX, will host the first Big Conversation, with Nigel as guest speaker. The discussion is free to join and is a fantastic opportunity for some of the greatest minds in business to come together and discuss the future of learning in a post-COVID-19 world.

Starting in the APAC region, The Big Conversation will then move onto EMEA with Peter Yarrow, Global Head of Learning, Standard Life Aberdeen, and finally, The Americas, giving each region some insight into the thoughts and experiences from the last coupled with our view and experiences as a global learning organisation. The culmination of everyone’s thinking will be turned into a report for all registrants to use for future planning within your organisation.

For further information on OnTrack’s Big Conversation and to register for a session, as well as a copy of the final report, please do click the relevant link below;

APAC discussion 23 June

EMEA discussion 9th July

Americas discussion TBA – email to register interest.