Chris Griffiths has consulted and trained people on systemising innovation. Amongst his myriad clients, he includes governments, various academic institutions, Fortune 500 companies, and even Royal Families. He has coached senior leadership teams at the European Commission, and been the facilitator at brainstorming sessions with Nobel Laureates. His various keynotes have seen him address a wide variety of audiences. He has, for example, addressed the London Stock Exchange, presented talks at the European Business Awards, and done multiple TEDx talks.
A firm supporter of neurodiversity, Chris Griffiths founded the Inspire Genius Foundation. The charity aims to help promote inclusion and raise awareness of how neurodivergent thinkers add value to an organisation. He is also the founder of OpenGenius, a company that helps transform thinking, creativity, and learning.
Besides taking care of his various businesses and charity work, Chris Griffiths has found the time to excel as a writer. A bestselling author on creativity, mind mapping, and innovative thinking, he has seen his efforts translated into twenty languages. His book ‘GRASP The Solution’ was ranked #1 on Amazon under their ‘Decision Making’ category.
A serial entrepreneur who actually walks the walk, Chris Griffiths has founded several businesses. He sold his first company that he set up at the age of 18 when he was 26. His companies have ranked both in The Sunday Times / London Stock Exchange Fasttrack 100 and European Deloitte Fast 50. Furthermore, each of his four apps has grown to more than a million users. Ayoa, his current product, is a personal management tool that uses mind mapping to help with creative thinking.
Someone who regularly contributes to various major publications, Chris Griffiths’ articles cover a variety of topics. These include rebooting a creative mindset, workplace positivity, and the future of work. His most recent articles have appeared in The Telegraph, Minute Hack, and GQ. He is also a regular Forbes contributor. Amongst his various media appearances, he includes BBC News and various radio stations and podcasts.
Chris Griffiths donates much of his spare time to not-for-profit initiatives. His work in this sphere includes facilitating brainstorming sessions held in Jordan at The Petra Nobel Conference. This conference saw more than 40 Nobel Laureates discuss strategies that would help end child hunger and poverty.
Chris Griffiths, considered one of the leading experts on systemising innovation, focuses on creativity, strategic thinking, resilience, and decision-making during his talks. He also promotes an ‘everything is possible’ mindset. He lives in the UK and presents in English.
“Chris Griffiths advises the largest companies in the world to be better.”
”... a powerful, hands-on approach to tap into our creative flow and become masters in our chosen field. An essential resource for anyone looking to ‘be different’ and create at their highest capacity!”
“Chris shows with clarity and persuasiveness that creative thinking is not magic, but a process that can be learned, developed, and most importantly applied to the challenges, whether business or personal, that confront us all.”
“A really inspiring and pragmatic guide to innovation and creativity, key drivers of great businesses.”
“Truly life changing… opened my eyes to thinking differently and being more creative. Many colleagues noticed the change and the business is ultimately seeing the benefit.”