Nicole’s 8 years at LinkedIn have been spent evangelising how the best companies globally build their greatest asset: people. She has worked with both large and small organisations to support their organisational talent strategies. Today, Nicole leads our LinkedIn Learning business for ANZ helping organisations upskill and reskill their workforce to prepare for the future of work.
Nicole has spent 3 years working in North Asia at the cusp of the Covid pandemic where she was able to observe the cultural nuances that influence a company’s culture and success around the world. Since relocating back to her home in Sydney, she’s now leading a team of sales professionals who are working to solve today’s biggest talent challenge: How to engage and retain the best talent.
In her spare time, you’ll find Nicole hunting out the best long lunch spots in Sydney, enjoying the variety of outdoor hiking trails and scrolling real estate apps for fun.
Rob Chavan is a seasoned professional in the tech industry, with a wealth of experience helping businesses hire, develop and retain top talent. Born and raised in the Silicon Valley, Rob has always been surrounded by innovation and cutting-edge technology.
With over 12 years of industry knowledge under his belt, Rob has become a recognized expert in the field of talent management. He has worked with companies of all sizes and across various industries, helping them to build and maintain successful teams that drive business growth.
Rob spends his spare time competing in Ironman triathlons, with a specific goal of qualifying for the World Championship in Kona, Hawaii!
Simon has been working in and leading teams in the world of talent for over 20 years. After building a career in Human Resources, he started the relationship management function at LinkedIn Australia in 2012. Since then Simon has led sales teams both internationally and here in Australia. These teams consult on all things skills, talent acquisition and talent development with many of Australia’s most innovative companies.
If Simon were to leave the tech world, you’d likely find him importing and roasting coffee beans.