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The 3-day event is a key date in Nomad’s calendar as it provides the opportunity to showcase our presence in shaping the future of rail technology.
Samantha Link, Global Talent & Development Manager continues her passionate review of Learning@Nomad Week in the second and final part of her interview.
As Quarter Four (Q4), otherwise known as “high ridership season” approaches, we take a detailed look at how Covid-19 may affect high ridership around the globe and how rail operators can remain proactive.
Samantha Link is Nomad Digital’s Global Talent & Development Manager. In part one of her interview, she discusses the benefits associated with Learning @ Nomad Week. Benefits include development, wellbeing and social.
Whilst temporally stopping life as we know it, causing devastation on a personal and economic level, COVID19 has exposed a positive in the high value that good digital connectivity brings to our lives.
This temporary move towards home working has been accepted well but lest we forget that as humans in general, we enjoy the sociality of coming together and I don’t see this changing much going forwards and no doubt, as a workforce, I sense people will want to go from having to be apart, to wanting to be together again.
Would you be persuaded to travel via train, should your favourite sport be broadcasted live during your journey? In effect, live streaming will enhance the passenger experience.
Climate change is a daily headline - I am however happy to read some good news, that should be highlighted.