Dr Graeme Codrington is an expert on the new world of work and multi-generational workplaces. He is a keynote presenter, author, futurist, facilitator and strategy consultant working across multiple industries and sectors. His unique style blends cutting-edge research, thought leading insights with humour and multimedia-driven presentations and workshops. He has a particular interest in trends affecting how people live, work, interact and connect with each other. He speaks on the TIDES of change – the five disruptive forces shaping the new world of work in the next decade: Technology, Institutional change, Demographics, the Environment and shifting Social values. Speaking internationally to over 100,000 people every year, he has shared the platform with the likes of Edward de Bono, Jonas Ridderstrale, Allan Pease, Sir Ken Robinson and Neil Armstrong, and has been voted “Speaker of the Year” by the Academy for Chief Executives. His client list includes some of the world’s top companies, and CEOs invite him back time after time to share his latest insights. Graeme is a guest lecturer at four top business schools, including the London Business School and Duke University. He has a Doctorate in Business Administration (note: his DBA was awarded by the now non-accredited Rushmore University – Graeme is in the process of completing further doctoral studies) and three best-selling books published by Penguin. Graeme is the co-founder of TomorrowToday, a global consulting firm with a successful track record of helping companies connect with their most valuable customers and talented staff, in a manner that drives down costs and increases sales. Graeme’s breadth of knowledge and expertise makes him highly relevant in today’s rapidly evolving business world. He has formal qualifications in business administration, accounting, theology and sociology, and a wide range of business experience, from articles at KPMG to an IT startup, and professional musician to strategy consultant. His experience and depth of knowledge combine together with his conversational and humorous presentation style. He ensures that participants from all levels of the organisation leave his sessions inspired and equipped to immediately apply what they have learnt for lasting impact in their companies. He is based in London but his busy schedule has him working around the world presenting and facilitating on every continent. Click here see a summary of his upcoming schedule.

“TomorrowToday’s talks are always inspiring and thought-provoking; their topics are well-researched and the message, although serious, is delivered in a humorous and informal manner. The presentations are always extremely well received by our audiences and the talks have certainly had a favourable impact on the way in which we conduct business. In particular, Graeme’s presentation on ‘The New Generation’ has been a consistent favourite with our audiences.”   Alan Swiegers, Chief Operating Officer, Deloitte

THREE minute introduction video: Also available at YouTube

Other videos of Graeme are available here.

“This was one of the best sessions we’ve had in the last 5 years. Graeme did a fabulous job, presenting important information in a very entertaining way”.   Sharon Porter: Director of Customer Programs, Amdocs Telecommunications Group

More information, including a full biography, a set of promotional photos, and Graeme’s social media feeds are available at his personal website.

“Your presentation was extremely good and you connected very well with the audience. Danish Auditors are often a very silent and kind of ‘withdrawn’ people, which can be hard to speak to if one expects a lot of feedback. However you managed to connect with them and all over the profession many people now talk about your insights.”   Charlotte Rosendahl Dohm, Senior Manager, M&A TAX, PricewaterhouseCoopers, Denmark

A NOTE ABOUT GRAEME’S LOGO The computer on-off button is a great analogy for Graeme as a keynote presenter. A brief touch and the whole system powers up. On-off! On! GC! Get switched on by Graeme Codrington.