Christopher brings a unique and diverse set of experiences into each program he facilitates at the Center for Creative Leadership. Before joining CCL, Christopher worked as a management consultant for Cap Gemini Ernst and Young, consulting with Fortune 500 companies in the consumer goods, banking and finance and retail sector. In addition to his consulting work, Christopher worked as a trainer and facilitator across the Asia- Pacific for an Australian non-profit company, building leadership and communication capacity. Christopher has also worked in the wealth management and advisory space with the Australia and New Zealand Banking Group.
Christopher facilitates the Center’s open enrollment programs globally – The Leadership Fundamentals Program, The Maximizing Your Leadership Potential, The Leadership Development Program and the Assessment Certification Workshop. He serves as the Asia Pacific lead for the Leadership Development Program and the Leadership Fundamentals Program. Christopher also serves custom clientele, designing and delivering programs across North America and the Asia Pacific.
Christopher received his Bachelor of Commerce in Accounting and Commercial Law from the University of Sydney. He received his first Master’s degree in International Business and Marketing awarded from the University of New South Wales, Australia. Christopher received his second Master’s Degree in 2012 in Human Development and Psychology from the Harvard Graduate School of Education. During this program he focused on Adult Development and Effective Leadership Communication.
Christopher is also certified in the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator, Workplace Big 5, Influence Style Indicator, The Decision Style Profile, Firo B and Firo Business, The CCL suite of 360 assessments, and Hogan Assessments.
In 2011, Christopher founded 2 Harvard clubs aimed at developing leadership capacity across the Harvard graduate schools and in 2012 presented his research at the Harvard Student Research Conference, “Asian Immigrants in the Australia Workplace: The Keys to Unlocking Their Career Success.”
He also lectures at Harvard University in the Graduate School of Education on persuasion, communication, and effective collaboration.