The Future of Work

What’s coming and how to prepare your organisation for success

8th September 2017 (Friday) - 8.30 am to 12:00 pm 
at Radisson Hotel Brunei, Jalan Tasek 2203, Bandar Seri Begawan BS8211, Brunei

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Part 1: The future of work

This session takes everyone outside their current organisation or business environment and opens their eyes to the ‘great acceleration’ happening in many industries and what disruption is looking like.

We will cover the impact of technology, new ways of working etc – and peek into the 2020s workplace when we will see a lot of this happening in reality. This will highlight where we are now, where we need to be and then start the group thinking about actions to get to now in their own organisations.

This session will hit the following hot buttons: It’s enjoyable, it’s about innovation and possibility. It will be interactive and will inspire new thinking

We will incorporate smartphone polling for instant sharing, local temperature checks and to open up group discussion.

Part 2: Brand  new research outputs around the 5  drivers to build a successful workplace for  the 2020s

A very top line look at results of new global research, conducted by Cegos Asia Pacific, revealing 5 key drivers that will help build a workplace ready for success in the 2020s, helping organisations everywhere to build high performing teams in advance of the major workplace shift to come.

Driver #1: The impact of technology and how digitization is impacting work and learning

Driver #2: The broadening cross generational challenges

Driver #3: Diversity and bias (both conscious and unconscious)

Driver #4: The future of work as we know it

Driver #5: Leader and manager readiness – in which we will also present 2017 research outputs specifically around this topic.


Date and Time: 8th September 2017 (Friday) - 8.30 am to 12:00 pm
Venue: Radisson Hotel Brunei, Jalan Tasek 2203, Bandar Seri Begawan BS8211, Brunei

  0800 – 0830 hrsRegistration and Refreshments
  0830 – 0845 hrsWelcome and Agenda
  0845 – 0945 hrsThe Future of Work Keynote Presentation
  0945 – 1015 hrsNetworking Break Digital Learning Demo’s
  1015 – 1045 hrsPreparing for the Future of Work - New Research Findings
  1045 – 1115 hrsGroup breakouts - Preparing Brunei
  1115 – 1145 hrsGroup presentations
  1145 – 1200 hrsQ&A / Next steps/ Recognition Award Close



For registrations, please contact us: +65 6827 5632   |


Jeremy Blain is a Business Leader, Futurist, New Era Learning Professional, Author & Conference Speaker.

Jeremy is a Managing Partner at Cegos Group, one of the world’s leading professional skills training organisations, with his key role being Regional Managing Director for Cegos Asia Pacific.

Jeremy is a Fellow of The Institute of Directors, London (FIoD), holds a Masters of Management in International Business from the Australian Institute of Business and a BA (hons) from Sheffield University (UK).

Jeremy has a wealth of International experience being previously responsible for Cegos’ strategy for international expansion through a value adding Global Distribution Partners Network and before that as Managing Director of Cegos U.K.

A commercially minded, award-winning L&D entrepreneur 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.

As a result of his work in the transformation of learning in the digital era, Jeremy has been recognized by Stanford Who’s Who since 2013. In their words:

“Jeremy has consistently demonstrated the dedication, vision and skills required to be considered among the best”

For more details, debate or discussion, you can find Jeremy on LinkedIn and also on Twitter at

Jeremy has also published a series of white papers on issues relevant to L&D.