Who Is Chris Cooper?

Chris Cooper are a team of experienced coaches and consultants who help clients to develop their business skills as well as build engaging cultures, engaging leaders and engaged teams. Since 2011, Chris has hosted The Business Elevation Show on Voice America. He is co-author of ‘The Power to Get Things Done (Whether You Feel Like It Or Not)’ published by Penguin Random House USA and a Fellow of The Professional Speaking Association. Based in Leicestershire, England, Chris and growing team work on business projects in the UK and globally.

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The Business Elevation Show

Chris’s weekly radio show has been running since Sept 2011 and is accessed in over 50 countries. In a record month 98,616 times! Chris interviews thought leaders and high achievers on topics relevant to elevating your business, your people and yourself. Have a topic you want to learn about or need inspiration? Then check out the massive archive with our compliments. Confident you would make a great guest? Then do get in touch with [email protected]

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The Cervelo Cycles Story – To Make Riders Faster with Phil White

Phil White and Gerard Vroomen took their bike company, Cervelo on a 16 year roller-coaster ride from a basement workshop in Montreal to the pinnacle of triathlon and road cycling. They realised their dream of seeing their bikes win in the Tour De France,the Olympics and Ironman. Gerard and Phil built the most sought-after brand […]

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“Few presenters can connect the fate of kidnapped penguins to enhanced business performance strategies so seamlessly.  Chris works on our post-experience graduate courses and helps us to bring practitioner issues into focus for students. Articulate and considered, Chris carefully weaves anecdotes from his extensive commercial experience and stories from his personal life, to offer a gentle critique on the state of contemporary management. Our students leave the room inspired to consider how they can play a part in elevating the importance of individual well being and the centrality of human relationships for the benefit of an organisation’s productivity.”

Dr. Matthew Higgins – University of Leicester, School of Management More Testimonials

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