Chris is regularly interviewed on ’The Power to Get Things Done (Whether You Feel Like It Or Not’, ‘Engagement Starts With You – How to Be An Engaging Leader Or Manager’. ‘Elevating Your Business On Podcast and Radio’ and business elevation related topics. He has appeared frequently in the media including Success Magazine, Forbes, the Huffington Post as well as been interviewed on many on-line radio, podcast and commercial radio stations including the BBC.
His book on ‘The Power To Get Things Done (Whether You Feel Like It Or Not’, has been written with Dr Steven Levinson and was published by Penguin Random House New York in 2015. As a host Chris has undertaken over 250 hours of interviews and therefore is both a skilled interviewee and host on radio.
Here is a small selection of some of the many interviews:
The Full Monty Show with Dov Baron (Canada) https://youtu.be/cyDrsuu6eO0
Succeeding In Your Business with Amer Kureshi (Pakistan) show http://bit.ly/2gFkBXf
Chris interviewed by Derek Findlayson of SSP about his radio show to help their 1200 insurance broker clients. http://www.bubbleproduction.co.uk/SSP0613int5V1.html
To interview Chris email [email protected]
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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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