Whether it’s a kick start to a conference or a high energy wake ’em up after lunch, here’s a massively entertaining session for your people to focus on looking after themselves. ‘It’s All About You’ is relevant to every audience member and a sure fire highlight talked about long in to the future.
For The Planet
What’s the flight attendant say? Yes: “When the oxygen mask falls from the roof we must put it on ourselves before we help others.” In the pressure cooker of our business and private lives many of us forget the easy day-to-day things to look after ourselves. The session is fun and motivating, but it’s not all hype. People leave with a swag of immediate actions to perform and feel their best when looking after customers, peers, staff and family.
“A must have speaker Brilliant, entertaining and inspiring, you can’t help but take notice. He blew them away and his message was so effectively our delegates were moved to take action immediately.” Darrell Weekes, Director of Strategy, Attache Software
Being resilient, being a leader, being a parent, being healthy, being a team member, being an environmental citizen. What’s important to you and your people? Most often it’s the small day to day actions that make all the difference to our performance, personally and professionally. They leave with with ‘Ah! Got it. Easy. I’ll do it’. They are more effective and enjoy a higher quality of life.
High performance business depends on balanced high performance people – yes? In the pace of modern business it’s easy to forget that people’s well-being is the essential ingredient for living the life they want. Effectiveness, personally and professionally, depends largely on our well-being, attitude and how we feel. It’s a prerequisite for sustained high performance.
And it’s safe. If you are booking a speaker you want the audience to say you made a great choice – yes? The session is a heap of fun with much take away value, but in an environment that is completely safe, relevant to and respectful of everyone in the audience. That skill has been crafted over twenty years and is one reason why feedback is overwhelmingly positive.
Rob founded Plastic Free Oceans, the Solar Schools project and the Women's Resilience project and is happy to speak about these initiatives if requested. See links.
“Rob’s session was fantastic I loved the fact that we talked about something completely different. It was a great way to start the conference.” Kristiana Greenwood, Chairman, Facility Management Association of Australia
“I found Rob when searching for something different to offer my sales team at our national conference. He was engaging, funny, personable, serious and made sense to a team of over-achievers who didn’t always look after themselves! The team loved him and his message and I recommend him to anyone who wants to let staff know they are valued!” Karen Lake, National Sales Manager, McMillian Publishing
“I have to say thanks again. I have had such great feedback from your session. Never had that level of enthusiasm.” Jo-Anne Reeves, General Manager, Disability Services Australia
“Your presentation was absolutely brilliant! It was without a shadow of a doubt, the best presentation I’ve seen in my career.” Adam Lewer, Teacher, Gosford High School
For the environment we:
when travelling prefer hotels listed on Plastic Free Oceans - I encourage them to list.
take all reasonable steps to recycle plastic waste.
aim to purchase products and produce with the least plastic packaging.
sure fill my own coffee cups where possible if it is a takeaway, but most often enjoy my coffee from a cup at the coffee. Good for the environment and good to stop for a few moments.
If you are in business and in Sydney 22 Nov. check out this most worthwhile couple of hours. https://www.eventbrite.com/e/taronga-unwrapped-helping-business-break-up-with-plastic-tickets-50252954941?aff=ebdssbdestsearch
Sure zero plastic consumed is the ultimate goal, but this is a good stepping stone innovation in these situations. With non plastic ties you can use as well. Oh and the vegetable waste in the bag was in the compostable bin - I think I remember that correctly.
Bummer, last week I spoke on Economic Development NZ conference and this wonderful leader was to be speak a couple of hours before me and I was hoping for a coffee to talk about plastics (I had the right connection to tee it up), but she had to pull out of the event. Check out her leadership on plastics: https://www.businessinsider.com.au/new-zealand-ban-plastic-bags-2018-8
Speaking today on a conference in the Bay of Islands NZ - last night had the privilege of being in a ceremony here in this building on the spot where the Treaty of Waiting was signed 180 years ago. It was special to give a nod to that momentous piece of history.