Graeme is an expert on the new world of work, providing strategic insights for organisations that are thinking about and planning for the future. His insights can be delivered in a number of formats – please follow the links below:
Presentations – this is Graeme’s primary means of delivering value, either as a keynote presenter at a conference, strategy session or team function, or more detailed interactive seminars at working sessions with your team. Graeme is consistently rated the best speaker at international conferences and has won numerous awards for his expert presentations (read some client comments here).
Board Advisory services – Graeme provides strategic insights, forward-thinking industry analysis and ongoing advice to a few key business leaders. He is available to these leaders on an ‘as needed’ basis – always there at the other end of a phone call or email. His advice covers both personal and business issues.
Workshops – Graeme is able to go into more depth and help you really apply his insights to your specific circumstances through workshops. These can be from a half day to two full days. Graeme not only provides expert inputs, but can also facilitate the workshops and will work with you to custom design the event for maximum benefit and a perfect fit with your required outcomes. As part of the TomorrowToday team, Graeme is able to follow up his presentations and workshops with practical interventions that make the learnings stick and ensure maximum benefit for his clients.
Facilitation and compere – Graeme is available to facilitate your conference or strategy session. He typically combines this work with one of his keynote presentations or workshops, but is also available as an expert facilitator. He is not merely a “links man”, but will interview the content providers for your event, and ensure that the entire event runs as a cohesive, structured whole, with a strong and consistent message throughout.
The TomorrowToday App is your personalised live feed of insights and articles from the expert futurists and business strategists at TomorrowToday. It is a great tool for leaders to help them understand the disruptive forces shaping the future of our business.
TomorrowToday’s consultants have presented on every continent around the world and are actively engaged with some of the worlds largest and most successful businesses, helping them find competitive advantage through the disruptive forces that are shaping the future of business. This app is your direct link to their experiences and insight.
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Graeme is the author of four best-selling books published by Penguin. His well-researched books are accessible and practical, and referred to regularly by business leaders.
Graeme also regularly writes white papers and in-depth articles on relevant topics for his clients. He is also a prolific writer of blogs and contributes regularly to media publications. All of this work supports and complements his work with his clients, helping them to understand – and take advantage of – the disruptive forces shaping the new world of work.
Follow these links for details of Graeme’s written resources:
Follow the links below to specific YouTube videos (by clicking on the titles below), or watch the embedded videos on this page. If you need higher quality videos for some reason, please contact us with your request.
Mind the Gap extract – the baby Boomers go on strategic visioning retreats to develop visions, missions and values. This is an extract of one of the funniest sequences from Graeme’s award winning presentation on the different generations and their different approaches to work.
Mind the Gap extract – Generation X. This is an extract from Graeme’s award winning presentation on the different generations and their different approaches to work. It was delivered in Coventry at a staff conference where the client had requested a light-hearted approach.
Graeme presented After Shock at Confex in London in March 2010. It was part of a workshop and an early version of this presentation, focused on the events industry. It has been edited and made available as five YouTube videos:
Because of the volcanic ash cloud in April 2010, Graeme had a number of conferences cancelled. He recorded a video message for the delegates of one of them, and made a 17 minute clip available for them to see. You can see it at Viddler.com.
Extract from After Shock – Delivered in March 2010 at Confex in London, this extract looks at the impact of shifting social values on the new world of work in the next decade
Extract from After Shock – Delivered in March 2010 at Confex in London, this extract looks at the impact of augmented reality on the new world of work in the next decade
Extract from After Shock – Delivered in March 2010 at Confex in London, this extract looks at the impact of changing demographics and a focus on environmental (green) issues on the new world of work – especially the events industry – in the next decade
Winning the Talent Wars – Understanding why today’s “bright young things” think so differently about work is critical if you’re going to create an environment that engages them
The Connection Economy extract – These days there is almost no difference between competitors. Why should anyone buy from you? Graeme suggests that it’s more and more about who you are, and less about what you sell these days.
Graeme Codrington on Supporting Talent – Extract from “The Talent Challenge” presented in Iran, focusing on giving talent the resources they need in order to be talented for you. This session was being simultaneously translated, and Graeme needed to simplify his English and slow down.
The Future is Now – a new generation of ethical consumers will demand companies become “green” and more sustainable. Recorded for Graeme’s client, Sustainable Energy Design Solutions (SEDS), this extract talks about today’s young people, and how they are demanding better sustainability from companies.
The Baby Boomers – this extract was recorded a few years ago at a charity event held at a large church in Johannesburg. It’s Graeme’s favourite segment from the award winning “Mind the Gap” presentation, parodying the Baby Boomers and their management styles.
Extract from ‘The Future is Now’. – Graeme talks about the world’s biggest problems, how the media is responding, and why we should prioritise energy efficiency. There is a business case for doing this – save energy, and save money.
Sharon Kersten talks about some of the work she did with the TomorrowToday team, and especially a client and staff workshop and presentation series Graeme did for her when she was CEO of a large high street retail bank.