The measure of success as a keynote speaker is not just relevance but impact. And not just the immediate impact on the day, but the lasting impact of the days, weeks and even years afterwards. It’s all about leaving an imprint and resonating with your entire audience. You create a buzz, people have had fun, they’re inspired by fresh insights and new interactions and they can’t wait to try them out for themselves.
Well, it is done by delivering surprising truths that encourage people to think and act differently. People don’t change when we tell them what to do. They are resistant to new ideas, new incentives and new ways of working through fear, worry and doubt or because of poor experiences in the past. People only really change when their perspective changes.
At both a personal and organisational level there is the form of inner blindness where we fail to recognise what is going on and the real difference that will make the difference. This is why bringing in someone from the outside can have a massive impact.
I’ve been dedicated to supporting organisations and the people within them to flourish for over 20 years. As a professional keynote speaker and coach, I know exactly what holds people back. Most of us are caught up in our own heads. It’s that noise, that interference going on behind the scenes and the self-defeating nature that the majority of people have learned, which holds them back.
The fact is, there’s a gap between where your business is and where you want it to be. That gap will be reduced significantly by having a more inspired workforce who have the tools and strategies to recognise and address the negative self-talk which blocks them. When they do, they are able to align themselves with the vision and the mission of the business.
I offer quick, powerful interventions that can easily be applied and make a significant difference immediately. It’s always a pleasure to come into an organisation and share my experiences, learned from keynote presentations with top companies throughout the world.