Christopher C. Doyle

Christopher C. Doyle is a Growth Catalyst and Business Coach who has enabled business leaders transform their organizations and achieve exponential, profitable and sustainable growth. He runs his own firm under The Growth Catalysts brand (www.thegrowthcatalysts.com).

Since early 2010, Christopher has personally led engagements with business owners and CEOs, around the world, to enable their companies achieve sustainable, profitable and exponential growth by helping them identify and implement changes and remove constraints that impede growth.

Clients, in these engagements, have grown by 100% to 300% during the timeframe of the engagements, which have been from 12 to 24 months in duration. Christopher is a certified Executive Coach and has been rated by Business World magazine as one of India’s leading CEO coaches.

Prior to 2010, he was CEO – India for the Economist Intelligence Unit, a part of The Economist Group, which publishes The Economist, where he set up the India office. He has also run businesses at IBM and Hilton Hotels in his corporate experience of more than 29 years, which covers industries as diverse as consumer products, hospitality and information technology. Other companies he has worked for are Coats Viyella, Eveready Battery Company Inc and Bausch & Lomb, in India, Europe and Asia. Christopher leverages his considerable experience in business growth, and learnings from organizational failure in his professional career to develop and implement solutions for clients that enables them to avoid failures and achieve success. Christopher is on the Advisory Board of the Institute of Competitiveness, a part of the global network of the Institute of Strategy and Competitiveness at Harvard Business School, led by Michael Porter.

Christopher graduated in business management from the Indian Institute of Management, Kolkata. Prior to that, he obtained an honours degree in Economics from St. Stephens College, Delhi University.

Christopher is also an author of five national bestselling novels and indulges his passion for music through his band called “Mid Life Crisis”.