Outshine the competition
Constant change is part of doing business. A firm that can leverage the creativity of its people and encourage bold innovations is more likely to be able to meet new challenges, and create, recognise and pursue new opportunities.
We help you to develop a powerful new way of working together that is dynamic, creative and life affirming.
We show firms how to constantly develop new and innovative solutions.
We encourage people to build their own personal brand, energising and inspiring them to believe in themselves and their innate creativity.
We’ll teach your business leaders how to develop and support a creative culture that will help your business to innovate and grow.
We’ll train your champions to drive change, injecting energy and creativity in the people around them.
Life and work are intrinsically linked. If we want to live an extraordinary life, we have to make our work equally extraordinary.
When your work resonates with purpose, you jump out of bed every morning, excited by the possibilities the day holds for you. Everything else in your life seems to have a glow about it, and you exude much more personal shine. This book is designed to help you feel like that every day. To help you make your work work for you. To feel truly free.[Read More]
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Look out for the new book and app – Wake Up! – from Chris Baréz-Brown later this year.
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People who work for creative leaders are:
Research conducted by YouGov on behalf of Upping Your Elvis. Infographic here.
The guys are exceptionally good at what they do. I was making a list of the most influential people or things in my career and this was in the top 3.Chris Binns, Managing Partner MediaCom
A lot of the motivation ideas and support to transform the commercial team has come from Upping Your Elvis.Fru Hazlitt, Managing Director, Commercial and Online, ITV
So much big talk about transformation… Chris actually delivers it. Time and again. Part art, part gift, part crazy man. He works his magic every time!Maria Eitel – Founder and President of the Nike Foundation
Our Upping Your Elvis experience was quite exceptional. They engaged, enlightened and entertained us with a 4 hour workshop that was a highlight of our conference. This was all the more impressive as the audience were 250-plus scientists-leaders who normally have a healthy (!) sense of skepticism about interactive workshops. We had fun. We learned. They exceeded our expectations. By the time Elvis left the building we were exceptionally satisfied.Ron Fuchs, Head of Comms Roche
Our success [as Media Week Sales Team of the Year] is in no small measure down to the work we have done with Upping Your ElvisSimon Daglish, Commercial Director ITV
In a rapidly changing world what differentiates successful companies from average ones is IDEAS. ELVIS unleashes the creative power of people in my team who are enabled to provide creative leadership to help others translate insights into big ideas.Stan Sthanunathan, Consumer & Market Insights, Unilever