London, UK – Paul Miller, Founder and CEO of Digital Workplace Group (DWG), will address Standard Bank professionals at their annual Leadership and Development (L&D) virtual conference this week.
The theme for the L&D conference is Preparing our workforce for the future and Paul is part of an exciting line-up of speakers. There will be a series of dialogue sessions to reflect on what has been done to date and to inspire colleagues to imagine what can be done when we work together.
Paul’s talk, entitled “Working between stories”, will explore how our modern digital world is evolving rapidly, changing both our lives and work, and what we can expect in the future.
About Paul Miller
Paul Miller is the Founder and CEO of Digital Workplace Group (DWG), a company which has been revolutionizing how people work since its start in 2002.
Paul leads the company’s strategic direction and key relationships. He has given inspirational talks on the digital future of work at Microsoft, IKEA, Google, Accenture, Harvard Business Review, Cisco, European Commission, Adobe, Oxford University, and many others.
Paul is Executive Producer of the 24-hour global digital experience DWG24 and hosts the influential industry podcast “Digital Workplace Impact”. Pre-internet, Paul was CEO of communications company The Empowerment Group; founded social and digital innovation magazine “Wave”; and ran the Ideas Café salon.
Paul is an ideas enthusiast from music to philosophy, history to science. From his teens, he has been a keen tennis player, yoga practitioner, sporadic meditator and, more recently, an enthusiastic but inexperienced cook and gardener. He has two daughters, one stepdaughter, a Welsh terrier called Hector, and lives with his partner Ali in the Cotswolds in the UK.
Connect with Paul on Twitter: @paulmillersays
See more about Paul Miller on: Wikipedia
About Standard Bank
Standard Bank Group is a financial institution that offers banking and financial services to individuals, businesses, institutions and corporations in Africa and abroad.
The Standard Bank Group’s purpose is ‘Africa is our home, we drive her growth’. As an integral part of that purpose their international business extends the Group’s reach into key locations to connect Africa to the world in pursuit of faster and sustainable growth.
Their offices in London, New York, Sao Paulo, Dubai and Beijing are strategically placed to connect with their uniquely extensive footprint in Africa. Standard Bank International operations include a Wealth International business and a Corporate and Investment Banking business (CIB) that work with institutional and corporate clients that have an interest in Africa.
Standard Advisory London Limited (SALL) provides the hub for this CIB International business. London is a global centre for financial and business services, with strong ties into Europe, the Americas, Asia, Africa and the Middle East.