Dr Richard Claydon
Dr Richard Claydon’s research and work explores and explains the sources and nature of resilience, wellbeing and originality, and toxicity, fear and anxiety, in organisations undergoing long-term transformational change.
His radical research on and insights into high-performance behaviours in complex, ambiguous and relentlessly changing conditions have been described by leading management thinkers and practitioners as “a touchstone for the future”, “outstanding in daring and imagination”, “at the forefront of modern debate” and “in another league altogether”.
Drawing from an extensive transdisciplinary background encompassing management and organisational theory, the behavioural sciences, communication, philosophy and the creative arts, Richard ensures leaders are equipped with cutting-edge insights about the vital human-side of the future of work that can help attract and retain top talent, improve existing performance levels, enhance complex problem-solving abilities, and enable organisation-wide wellbeing.
An experienced and entertaining speaker, facilitator, trainer and lecturer, Richard has worked with numerous blue-chip organisations and top 1% business schools. He is based in Hong Kong and works extensively across the Asia Pacific region.