Jeremy Blain

Jeremy Blain

Regional Managing Director, Cegos Asia Pacific

Jeremy has a wealth of International experience having worked in most major and developing markets in world.
Jeremy has 16 years’ experience in the industry as a managing director, partner, trainer, coach, author and program creator. In previous roles at Procter and Gamble, PepsiCo and as Managing Partner of his own point-of-sale software business, Jeremy’s roles have included marketing, sales, operations and general management.
As one of Cegos’ senior executives, Jeremy is a frequent international conference speaker and media commentator on topics related to the global L&D market. Themes include: the leadership and management challenges for global organisations as they head to the next workplace shift in the 2020s, the integration of emerging and informal learning technologies; the importance of performance measurement and proving ROI; developing ‘core’ commercial skills to achieve competitive business advantage; and more.

​Driving business success the new way

 ​Driving business success the new way

We hear a lot these days about disruption, transformation and the future of work. But there’s so much pressure on companies to embrace change that leaders can become confused about what they should and shouldn’t be doing, and how much risk they should be willing to take.

Jeremy Blain

​The need for innovation in APAC now

 ​The need for innovation in APAC now

Contrary to popular belief, Charles Darwin never mentioned anything about ‘survival of the fittest’. Instead, he wrote: “It’s not the strongest of our species that survives, nor the most intelligent, it’s the one more adaptable to change.”

Jeremy Blain

5 brave new ways of working critical to business success

 5 brave new ways of working critical to business success

The new decade is fast approaching. The 2020s, the future of work, AI, Robots, disruption, hysterics, cats and dogs living together (I thank you, Dr. Peter Venkman) … you get the picture. The problem? The future is now and many organisations have reached a point where fundamental shift and transformation is a must-do

Jeremy Blain

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