Nigel Cumberland is an award-winning global coach who helps leaders and teams to optimise and enhance their success in both their careers and lives. He has coached and trained at some of the world's most prestigious organisations such as the United Nations, the World Bank Group, Standard Chartered Bank, Google, Dell, LVMH, Christian Dior, Continental AG and the Dubai Government. He is also one of the elite Marshall Goldsmith approved coaches and a member of Harvard Business Review's Advisory Council. He is also a Freeman of the City of London and has been given the award as one of the world's top 100 leadership coaches.
Bill Cullen was born in Dublin in 1942 and grew up in the inner city slums of Dublin's Summerhill tenements. A street seller from the age of six, Bill left school at thirteen to make a living. In 1956 he got a job in a Dublin Ford car dealership and by 1964, as a twenty-two-year-old, he was appointed director general of the dealership. In 1986 he took over the troubled Renault car distribution franchise and turned it into a success. Bill Cullen is a director of the Irish Youth Foundation and in 1998 was a recipient of the Lord Mayor's Award for his work with the disadvantaged young people of Dublin and the inaugural Princess Grace Kelly Humanitarian Award in 2004 for his work with children.
Kenneth Cukier is the Data Editor of The Economist and a leading thinker on developments in big data. His writing on technology, business and society has appeared in Foreign Affairs, New York Times, Wall Street Journal, Financial Times and elsewhere. He is a member of the Council on Foreign Relations.
MIHALY CSIKSZENTMIHALYI, a Hungarian-born polymath and Professor of Psychology and Education at the University of Chicago, is the author of several popular books about his theories on the psychology of optimal experience, including the best-selling Flow.
Dr Hannah Critchlow is the Science Outreach Fellow at Magdalene College, University of Cambridge, and has been named a Top 100 UK Scientist by the Science Council for her work in science communication. She is listed as one of the University of Cambridge's 'inspirational and successful women in science' and appears regularly on TV, radio and at festivals to discuss and explore the brain.
John Crawley, author of Constructive Conflict Management (Nicholas Brealey Publishing) and Katherine Graham are directors of Conflict Management Plus, the leading consultancy and training organization in this fast growing field.
NICK CRAIG is the president and founder of the Core Leadership Institute, where he guides executives on the journey to discover and lead with purpose. He has worked with organizations including Ben & Jerry's, Heineken, ING Bank, LEGO, Unilever and the United States Military Academy at West Point.
Sara is known and loved to millions of Radio 2 listeners, variously hosting Sounds Of The 80s, regularly standing in for The Chris Evans Breakfast Show, and steering the helm of her own nightly Radio 2 show. She cut her teeth on Radio 1 and presented The Breakfast Show for 4 years, reaching 8 million listeners.Sara's TV career began with the notorious The Girlie Show, and she went on to present numerous shows for the BBC, ITV and Channel 4.Her most recent TV work includes The Great Pottery Throwdown (BBC2), Back In Time For Tea (BBC2), and BBC2's dating series Love In The Countryside.She is a regular co-presenter of Radio 4's Loose Ends, and has written columns for the Mirror and Guardian.From January 2019 Sara wll become the Radio 2 Drivetime presenter.
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Wiley is a grime MC, songwriter, and record producer with Caribbean roots, from Bow, East London. He first tasted success as a member of UK garage crew Pay As U Go, with whom he had a top 40 hit 'Champagne Dance' in 2001. Soon after he independently released a series of highly influential eskibeat instrumentals and rose to fame as a grime MC both for his solo work and for material released with his crew Roll Deep, following the disbandment of Pay As U Go.Wiley has since recorded ten studio albums and has appeared in the UK Singles Chart top 10 with hits 'Wearing My Rolex', 'Never Be Your Woman' and his UK number-one 'Heatwave'.
Paul Cornish was educated at the University of St Andrews and the London School of Economics. He then served in the British Army (Royal Tank Regiment) and the Foreign and Commonwealth Office before completing his PhD in strategic history at the University of Cambridge. He is Chief Strategist at Cityforum Public Policy Analysis and Visiting Professor at the National Security College, Australian National University.
Helen Corner-Bryant is the founder of Cornerstones Literary Consultancy, an organization which offers a bespoke service of help and advice to novelists and writers, whether they're just getting started or already published. Helen launched the business after leaving Penguin in 1998 and has developed it into the UK's leading literary consultancy. She is passionate about writing, editing, and launching new authors, and particularly focused on the essential but mysterious art of self editing. Helen and her team of over 80 UK and US editorial consultants use their working knowledge of the global book market to show what is and isn't working in your manuscript, and how to fix it and fulfill the promise of your big idea, preparing for submission to agents and publishers and --eventually--publication.
Andy describes himself as an author, happiness expert, qualified teacher and learning junkie. He has spent 10 years researching 'positive psychology' culminating in a 'PhD in Happiness' from Loughborough University. He has developed a series of keynotes and courses centreing on themes of happiness and flourishing, which he delivers in businesses and schools across the world. Andy has written several best-selling personal development books, including The Art of Being Brilliant, and is also a best-selling children's author. His Spy Dog series has enjoyed huge global success.
Bruce Cook (1932-2003), veteran critic, journalist, and author, originally wrote this biography with Dalton Trumbo's full cooperation in 1976.In his lifetime Cook wrote a total of 23 books, both fiction and nonfiction, including eleven mystery novels featuring the real-life historical figure of Sir John Fielding, magistrate of the Bow Street court during the latter half of the 18th century, and a crime fiction series featuring LA private detective Chico Cervantes. Cook's last completed novel, Young Will: The Confessions of William Shakespeare, was published posthumously. Born in Chicago, Bruce Cook lived in Los Angeles and Paris with his wife, the violinist Judith Aller.
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John Condon is a famous cross-cultural communication specialist who has spent much of his life living and working with the Japanese.
Geoff Colvin is Fortune's senior editor-at-large and is also the author of Talent is Overrated and The Upside of the Downturn. He has served as moderator of the Fortune Global Forum, where he has interviewed Bill Gates, Jack Welch, Herb Kelleher, Peter Drucker and other business legends. Colvin graduated Harvard cum-laude with a B.A. in Economics, and received his MBA from New York University's Stern School.
Byron Cole is an award-winning serial entrepreneur, public speaker, investor, philanthropist and mentor to entrepreneurs and students. He runs the BLC Group, an umbrella company that look after his many business interests.
Jared Cohen is Director of Google Ideas and an Adjunct Senior Fellow at the Council on Foreign Relations. Previously he served as a member of the State Department's Policy Planning Staff where he focused on the Middle East, counterterrorism and the development of '21st-century statecraft'. He serves on the Director's Advisory Board at the National Counterterrorism Center (NCTC). He has a BA from Stanford University and an MPhil in International Relations from Oxford University, where he studied as a Rhodes Scholar. He is fluent in Swahili.
Ben Coates was born in Britain in 1982, lives in Rotterdam with his Dutch wife, and now works for an international charity. During his career he has been a political advisor, corporate speechwriter, lobbyist and aid worker. He has written articles for numerous publications including the Guardian, Financial Times and Huffington Post. ben-coates.com
David Clutterbuck is one of Europe's most prolific authors and thinkers on management. Author or co-author of over 50 books, he is visiting professor in coaching and mentoring at both Oxford Brookes and Sheffield Hallam Universities. His recurrent theme is that improving the quality of conversations helps people and organisations make better decisions and helps achieve ambitions. He is a serial entrepeneur and practises what he preaches, setting himself a major learning challenge every year. He is in the top 15 of "HR's most influential".
Jonathan Clegg is an editor for The Wall Street Journal, his work has also written for the Daily Telegraph, the Independent, and FourFourTwo magazine.