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Nitin Goil

Director, Workforce Transformation & Leadership, Deloitte SE Asia
Human Capital Committee Co-Chair

Nitin is a Director within the Workforce Transformation and Leadership practise for Deloitte South East Asia. He has more than 20 years of experience in the field of leadership development, coaching and counseling and has been a consultant for various global institutes/organizations in the United States, India and Singapore. Some of his expertise has been in areas of developing world-class Senior Executive Teams, Team Alignment and Strategic Leadership, Diversity and Culture sensitivity, Managing Conflict, amongst many others.

One of the highlights of his career was when he volunteered for President Obama’s Presidential campaign in 2007-08 for the Midwestern college states. During this time, he had the humble opportunity to plan and organize college rallies for the President. His team was part of a rigorous marketing campaign that helped connect college students at Midwestern universities to the President’s message. Nitin is also a passionate thought-leader and has presented at several National and International forums, from topics ranging on Leadership Development, Talent Retention, The Gig Economy, Intercultural Sensitivity, Cross Cultural Communication, and a 21st. Century Global Mindset.

Prior to joining Deloitte, Nitin worked at the Center for Creative Leadership (CCL) as a Regional Director and Faculty and was instrumental in expanding the CCL Leadership development footprint across Asia Pacific, including key Emerging Markets.

Nitin has a Master of Arts degree in Student Affairs and Counseling from Western Kentucky University, and a Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology from Northwest Missouri State University both in the United States.

He is a certified counselor from the American Psychological Association and is certified on various Psychometric assessments. He is an active member of the American Chamber of Commerce (AMCHAM) and Co-Chairs the Human Capital Committee. 


Please note that agenda timings are based on Singapore timezone (GMT+8).

10 March 2021
Start Time End Time Session Description
04:25 pm 05:00 pm In Focus #5: Globalization and the New Way of Working

Deepali Jain

Managing Director

Lee Hecht Harrison


Nitin Goil

Director, Workforce Transformation & Leadership, Deloitte SE Asia

Human Capital Committee Co-Chair

Jennifer Di

Director, Human Resources, SEA & APAC, Baxter Healthcare (Asia)

Human Capital Committee Co-Chair

Moderated by:

Anindo Dutta

Partner, Global Alliances & Ecosystems

Ernst & Young Asia Pacific

The American Chamber of Commerce in Singapore
1 Scotts Rd, Shaw Centre
Singapore 228208