Graham Allcott – How to be a Productivity Ninja

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He is the author of multiple books, including the global best-seller “How to be a Productivity Ninja”, “How to Have the Energy” and “How to be a Study Ninja”.

Graham is the founder of Think Productive, one of the world’s leading providers of personal productivity training and consultancy, with offices in the UK, USA, Canada, Australia and the Netherlands

With a mission to revolutionise stuffy time management courses, Think Productive launched in April 2009 and has earned rave reviews from the likes of British Airways, The Cabinet Office, eBay, The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation and Barclays Commercial Bank for its practical, ‘at-desk coaching’ approach.

Graham hosts the popular business podcast, “Beyond Busy”, which explores the issues of productivity, work/life balance and how people define happiness in their lives, profiling interesting people from Olympic gold medallists to tech entrepreneurs to clowns.

Away from productivity, Graham’s background and other big passion is for the charity sector.
He was the co-founder of Intervol, an international student volunteering charity. Previous roles include Chief Executive of Student Volunteering England, Head of Volunteering at the University of Birmingham and an advisor to the UK Government on youth volunteering policy

Despite an intolerance of failure elsewhere in his life, he is an Aston Villa season ticket holder and an avid follower of the Toronto Blue Jays baseball team.


Personal Productivity

email management, time management, work/life balance, dealing with information overload, stress management, study skills, managing attention, running better meetings, work/life balance. Leadership: kindness in leadership


My keynote talks have been described as inspirational, honest and thought-provoking. The talks will be tailored to suit your audience:

  • How to be a Productivity Ninja: Overcome information overload, ditch the stress and get more done.
  • Kindful Leadership: The Quiet Power of Kindness at Work