How I got where I am today

Jeremy, Nigel; Phillips, Lucy
October 2009
People Management;10/22/2009, Vol. 15 Issue 22, p42
An interview with Nigel Jeremy, head of learning and organization development at Marks and Spencer, is presented. According to Jeremy, his first job was as a cashier at the Halifax Building and was later on assigned to running a separate branch. Working as a training officer, he was asked to lead a project to train bank managers and mortgage advisers in the Financial Services Act 1986. He advises people to be themselves if they want to progress in their careers.


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