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Giles Hutchins

Giles Hutchins

Giles Hutchins is a recognised thought leader, speaker and adviser, applying twenty years of experience to his work at personal and organisational levels. 

Giles blends a wealth of business strategy, operations and transformation experience with pioneering new thought on leading, sustaining and flourishing in volatile times while drawing on ancient wisdom traditions and the timeless wisdom of Nature so that organisations can unlock their creative potential and thrive in the uncertain years ahead.

Blending philosophy with practice ‘how-to’, Giles gives examples to go beyond business-as-usual or traditional sustainable business initiatives, to explore organisations of the future that are not just inspired by nature but in harmony with life. Giles’ exploration of the future of business – with practical examples of how organisations become future-fit in these volatile times – is inspiring, engaging and relevant for all age-groups from seasoned business executives to young entrepreneurs alike.

Recently, Global Sustainability Director for Atos, and previously a management consultant with KPMG, he has helped transform a wide range of organisations (corporate, third sector, public sector and start-up). He co-founded BCI: Biomimicry for Creative Innovation, regularly guest lectures at leading Universities and Business Schools, and speaks at conferences and expert roundtables.

Giles has been interviewed by the BBC and writes articles for a number of world-leading sustainable business networks.

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Giles is one of those rare sustainability professionals who truly walks the walk! His passion is obvious and infectious… He is a natural communicator and disrupter of conventional thinking.

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  • Price Range:

    £3,000 - £5,000

    Price based on UK delivery

  • Categories:

    Business, Inspiration

  • Topics:

    CSR, Disruption, Environment, Psychology and Mindset, Strategy, Sustainability

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