Greg is an award-winning author, globally-acclaimed speaker, leadership development expert and former CEO. His latest book The Human Edge, how curiosity and creativity are your superpowers in the digital economy was named as Business Book of the Year 2020.
He helps leaders thrive in a world of accelerating change through developing behaviours, processes and culture which support creativity, innovation and entrepreneurial spirit.
Greg has facilitated transformational change programmes with global clients in telecoms, financial services, automotive, FMCG, manufacturing, and technology.
He’s been a lecturer and programme director at the London Business School where he founded and grew the Centre for Creative Business.
His portfolio of leadership development and organisational change clients includes BMW, Sky, Ogilvy & Mather, eBay, the International Olympic Committee, World Economic Forum, the Young Presidents’ Organization (YPO), SQS, Faurecia Group, PVH Group, Kantar Group, Randstad Group, Cognizant, Arcadia Group, and Virgin Media, among others.
Greg’s first career as a BBC and ITV television journalist enables him to speak and write with memorable clarity. As well as being a humorous and engaging storyteller, his journalistic grounding makes him a sought-after facilitator of face-to-face and virtual events.
Greg has appeared on BBC World News and in The Financial Times.
He writes a regular monthly column for Forbes on business creativity, leadership, and the future of work.
His first book The Spark, how to ignite and lead business creativity (FT Publishing, 2014) is available on Amazon in English and a Chinese translation.
Greg lives in the UK with his wife Sophie, two wonderful teenage sons, and a labrador called Juno.