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Terms and Conditions
Graeme’s standard terms and conditions are available to view here.
Brief Biography for Conference Packs
- Graeme Codrington is an expert on the future of work. He is a researcher, author, futurist, presenter and board advisor working across multiple industries and sectors. He has a particular interest in disruptive forces changing how people live, work, interact and connect with each other.
Speaking internationally to over 100,000 people in more than 20 different countries every year, his client list includes some of the world’s top companies, and CEOs invite him back time after time to share his latest insights and help them and their teams gain a clear understanding of how to successfully prepare for the future. Graeme is the co-founder and international director of TomorrowToday, a global firm of futurists and business strategists. He is also a guest lecturer at four top business schools, including the London Business School, Duke Corporate Education and the Gordon Institute of Business Science. Graeme has five degrees, including a Doctorate in Business Administration (DBA), a Masters in Sociology, and other professional degrees in Accounting, Arts and Theology, and Youth Work.
Graeme is one of only a handful of professional speakers in the world to have earned Certified Speaking Professional status from the Global Speakers Federation, as well as the Professional Speaking Association’s Award of Excellence for his lifetime contribution to the speaking profession.
He has four best-selling books published by Penguin, including the award winning, “Mind the Gap” and “Future-Proof Your Child”. Graeme writes regularly for the NewWorldofWork.co.uk blog, for numerous magazines and journals, and is regularly called upon for comment by the media.
Graeme’s breadth of knowledge and expertise make him highly relevant in today’s rapidly evolving business world. Along with his formal qualifications and research credentials, he has a wide range of business experience. He did Chartered Accountancy articles at KPMG, was involved in an IT startup, has been a professional musician, a strategy consultant and is now a full-time speaker, facilitator and author.
How to Introduce Graeme
- Our next speaker is an expert on the future of work. As a best selling author, internationally recognised futurist and expert speaker, he has helped companies around the world to understand the forces that will shape the world in the next decade. His academic credentials include five degrees with a Doctorate in Business Administration and a Masters in Sociology. He also lectures part-time at four top universities, including the London Business School and Duke. Yet, his experience is rooted in practical business. He has worked for KPMG and in the charity sector, and his client list includes some of the world’s most recognisable brands. He is an entrepreneur, having successfully been involved in building an IT start-up and selling it before the dot com crash, and now is one of the founding partners of a global consulting firm, TomorrowToday.
He is the author of four best-selling books, writes regularly for many magazines and journals, and speaks to nearly 100,000 people in over 20 countries around the world every year.
Today, he will be talking to us about ….
Please welcome Dr Graeme Codrington.
NOTE – a more detailed bio is available at http://www.graemecodrington.com/about
With regard to equipment for the presentation, Graeme uses a full multi-media presentation from his own laptop computer (an Apple MacBook). He needs the following equipment to be provided for him:
- Graeme uses his own laptop as an autocue and makes adjustments to the presentation ‘in the moment’, so needs it to be positioned on the stage where he will be presenting. Graeme will provide either an HDMI or VGA connector for his Apple Mac.
- A data projector to connect to his laptop, projected onto a large enough screen that everyone has full view of it.
- Sound for the full audio he uses with the presentation. This connects to his laptop computer in the standard way – the stereo head phone out – and needs to connect to a full sound system.
- If the size of the venue and number of participants requires it, a lapel microphone (or equivalent – hand held, headset, etc) will be required to amplify his voice as well. A countryman headset mic is preferred.
If you are unable or unwilling to provide the above setup, you MUST confirm this with Graeme or his agent as part of confirming the event.
Photos of Graeme
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