Description: Amongst all the jargon, management speak, processes, KPIs, email and social media, we have forgotten a simple truth. Join us in this 30 minute webinar with speaker Nigel Purse to introduce 5 Conversations to Transform Trust and Engagement at Work. 

 

 

Speakers

Nigel Purse

Nigel founded The Oxford Group in 1987 following a career in HR and business management with the Mars Corporation and Burmah Oil (now part of BP). He has led the business during its growth to become a global partner to many of the world’s leading organisations. Nigel has been instrumental in the development oflong term relationships with many of the company’s key clients, working in close partnership with internal teams to design innovative and effective leadership and management development programmes. Today Nigel remains passionate about developing leadership capability in both young and more senior leaders, and writes and speaks regularly on this subject for audiences worldwide. He also remains personally involved in the recruitment, induction and development of new Oxford Group consultants worldwide. Nigel is leading The Oxford Group’s growth in Asia, building on the existing and long term relationships the business already has with many corporate clients in this region, including AstraZeneca, Motorola and Tetra Pak.

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