Jeremy is the Chief executive of PerformanceWorks International (PWI), a company that helps organisations, executive boards, leaders, and teams succeed in the digital climate amidst disruption, opportunity, and uncertainty.
Jeremy combines business transformation expertise, leadership knowledge and commercial success as an international CEO and executive board officer in the UK and Asia, with his experience as a corporate and human capital professional of over 30 years.
He has operated on an international basis to launch successful businesses and to turn underperformance into excellence. This has included a 7-year period as CEO for an international consultancy company based in Singapore, operating from India to the Pacific.
Jeremy is proven at all stages of the business lifecycle, from start-up to internationalisation, raising profiles and profits throughout.
Jeremy helps leaders and managers define strategies to implement digital and human transformations for the modern workplace, through consulting, modern training techniques and operational coaching. He and his team engage executive boards, senior leaders, and management, to develop fit for purpose plans that drive culture change at operational level, to embed the required skills for successful modernisation across the organisation.
Jeremy has been recognised for the third consecutive year by his industry peers and customers, being named International GameChanger© of the year for 2019, 2020 and 2021 in the ACQ5 Global Awards for his work on #digitaltransformation #leadershiptransformation, #HR4.0 and #workforcetransformation.
Jeremy is a regular keynote speaker, researcher, and author of over thirty industry white papers. He is also a regular media commentator and has received coverage in high profile publications including Forbes, CEO Today, Medium, The Times of London, Dialogue by DUKE CE, BusinessMatters, HRM, HR Online, and more.
Jeremy holds a BA (hons.) from Sheffield University, UK; and a Master of Management in International Business (MMgt) from the Australian Institute of Business, Adelaide, Australia; and is a Fellow of the Institute of Directors in London, U.K. (FIoD)
“Jeremy’s focus has always been to cascade global best practice at local level and vice-versa. He is the kind of driven manager that everyone values for his ability to commit to delivering results. At the same time, he is humble and keen to learn from others. I’d strongly refer to Jeremy anyone involved in digital and human transformation of their organisation, business and people.”
Executive Board member, Multinational b2b organisation.
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