David is a lifelong performer (he sang with Placido Domingo on the stage of Covent Garden when only nine years old) who uses everything he has learned in the arts, be it opera, theatre, film or TV to help organisations around the world really perform. “To me great business is pure “performance”. It means giving ‘form’ to your most creative ideas, broadening your repertoire personally and professionally, getting beyond mere teamwork and collaborating as ensembles, creating a compelling future script for your business and life and really engaging your audience of stakeholders. We are all performers.”
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Mark is a dynamic speaker and facilitator of executive conversations, who makes the most of his wide corporate and academic experience to help organisations to better engage with their people, particularly in times of great change. He is he driving force behind the Change Capability Consulting Ltd, where he works with leading organisations on developing a clear line of sight between the strategic goals of the business and the people activities the organisation pursues. Aligning talent and business strategy to successfully transform the organisation’s results is the prime focus for his consulting work.
Graeme Codrington is an expert on the future world of work and the disruptive forces that are shaping it. As an author and researcher, his insights and analysis are sought after by leadership teams and business schools around the world. He is co-founder of TomorrowToday, a global firm of futurists and business strategists. As a keynote presenter and facilitator, he uses multimedia, intelligent wit and engaging style to make his insights accessible, engaging and inspirational to audiences large and small across the globe.
Chris Malone is co-author of The Human Brand: How We Relate to People, Products, and Companies (Jossey-Bass /Wiley, 2013). The groundbreaking research by this Fortune 500 business executive and renowned social psychologist Dr. Susan Fiske (Princeton University) has yielded a simple but important finding: as employees, we engage with colleagues and become loyal to companies and brands in precisely the same way—on the basis of their warmth and competence.