Six of the Best!
One of the goals of Professional Speakers Australia is to provide encouragement and support to professional speakers who are already carving out an important niche for themselves in the marketplace enroute to achieving their CSP (Certified Speaking Professional) accreditation.
With that goal in mind, our final meeting for 2016 features six of our PSA-WA Members each delivering a 20-minute ‘TED-style’ power-presentation on a topic within their personal area of expertise.
Rael Bricker David Price Louise Kelly
Cindy Kennedy Robyn Walshe Jeremy Watkins
Rael Bricker is a serial entrepreneur who has worked 6,000 feet underground, built an education business with 6 campuses and 4,000 students, and taken 2 businesses from start-up to the stock exchange. He helps give ‘business the edge’ by enabling owners and operators to view their business through a different lens.
David Price is a specialist in Governance, Meetings and Presentation for executives and leaders in organisations. He coaches entrepreneurs, CEO’s, executives, board members and managers to engineer and deliver their presentations to have maximum impact on their audiences. He specialises in coaching people to sell their products and services through speaking in any forum. With qualifications in corporate governance he is ideally placed to assist people craft and deliver corporate messages.
Lisa Evans of Speaking Savvy and Stories From The Heart is an award winning speaker and a Certified World Class Speaking and Storytelling coach who helps executives and leaders globally to harness their voice and bring their stories into the world.
Louise Kelly has spent 13 years travelling with the airlines and the last 17 in learning and development. Louise is curious about a lot of things and spends a lot of time exploring our interconnectivity with each other and with our universe.
Cindy Kennedy is a seasoned change educator who consults and presents on the impact of Self Leadership and Personal Worth. She strongly believes the greatest instrument for change is one’s voice and as a leader, your voice reaches far beyond what you imagine. Cindy will explore how to ensure your voice makes the greatest impact by being grounded in your own truth.
Robyn Walshe is a people and performance consultant working on both sides of the Tasman. Her early career involvement in education has led to a focus on capability and capacity and a passion for helping others discover their purpose and contribution in the world of work.
Jeremy Watkins was told that he would never run again and had only 2 years before being in a wheelchair for the rest of his life. Jeremy's search for another way lead to his accidental discovery and transition to barefoot running and the development of his barefoot leadership philosophy.