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Nick Jonsson: Co-founder and Managing Director at Executives' Global Network (EGN) Singapore - Confidential Peer Network | #1 International Bestselling Author with “Executive Loneliness” | Keynote Speaker | Triathlon Athlete | Mental Health and Well-being Enthusiast and Educator.
Nick is the co-founder and Managing Director of one of Asia's premiere networking organizations, Executives' Global Network (EGN) Singapore — a caring peer group community providing hundreds of executives a safe haven to share their challenges, receive support, and learn from each other.
His passion for mental health awareness through his very lived life experiences paved the way for Nick to author his first #1 international bestselling book, published in April 2021—"Executive Loneliness: The 5 Pathways to Overcoming Isolation, Stress, Anxiety and Depression in the Modern Business World".
In adjunct to his book, Nick has also created a moreeasily accessible and less formal online community, where executives and business leaders can connect, learn about and reduce the risk of burnout and isolation, with Leaders-Anonymous.com.
Nick has been featured in more than 20 newspapers and magazines including a 4-page feature in the Business Times and a full page in the Straits Times, as well as on TV including Channel News Asia (CNA), and is passionate about bringing the discussion to the forefront.
He has also been entrusted to serve as the Vice-Chairman of the Nordic Chamber of Commerce in Ho Chi Minh City and the Vice Chairman of the Direct Selling Committee Vietnam.
Nick has worked across Asia, Australia and Europe representing major international firms, and is active in charitable and fundraising organizations to give back and support his local community, along with volunteering and fundraiising for the Samaritans (SOS) - a suicide prevention hotline in Singapore.
He is also engaged in doing community service for a support group for senior executives where he is assisting people who are suffering from executive loneliness.