Next Generation Leadership and the Future of Work
In conversation with ..... Jon van Gorp
In this third episode of Season 2, we were delighted to speak to Jon van Gorp, Chair of Mayer Brown. In this podcast, Jon discusses his own career path from before the law to becoming chair of an international law firm and provides insights into the role of a senior leader at an international organisation. Jon also shares his thoughts on effective leadership, the future of work and the power of networks like NextGen, and offers some fantastic tips on how we – the Next Generation – can already serve as effective leaders in our current roles.
About Jon van Gorp
Jon Van Gorp is the chair of Mayer Brown. Jon has served on the firm's Management Committee since 2017 and previously served as a co-leader of the Banking & Finance, Capital Markets and Structured Finance practices. He has practiced continuously for more than 20 years at Mayer Brown. Jon is a passionate advocate for the NextGen initiative.
Originally published 2 December, 2021
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