Speaker & trainer with inspire-rational tools to get you unstuck, 'change-fit' & better at getting better. Laugh & learn. Average sucks.
There is a real concern amongst leaders that their people are unfit for change, stuck or settling for average. Picture your people leaving your event energized, having actively participated in discovering in themselves new skills & confidence they can apply straight away. How can we connect with people's own internal motivations and help them use their own inner passions to drive towards productivity, success, and happiness? And hopefully, have a few laughs along the way... Laughing and learning. Unforgettable, entertaining, fun, interactive and full of takeaway 'How to's.'
Terry does not engage in vague motivational rah-rah. It's entertaining, interesting and a set of practical tools to take away and put into practice. He's a trainer originally by trade and his comedy is a means to an end. Terry is an expert, author & motivational speaker on engaging people. He's a trainer and facilitator for over 25 years, and also a columnist in 'Employment Today' magazine. His books, including 'The Brain-Based Boss', take psychological research and makes it interesting and useful for people wanting to engage the people they work with or influence. He's also a comedian, performing in several New Zealand International Comedy Festivals.
Fifteen years as a professional speaker, twenty-five years as a corporate trainer and a working lifetime as a manager and salesman of products, services, and ideas gave Terry a lot of experience and success in positively influencing the lives of others. His book 'THE GUIDE: How to kiss, get a job & other stuff you need to know' was acclaimed in 2008 as a platform for people to reach the young people in their lives that they wanted to influence for the better. With that book still flying off the shelves, Terry has authored influential content about influencing in his books 'The Brain-Based Boss', 'Live Work Love', 'Getting Better Buy-In' & '2 Dangerous Things A Year'.