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Ian Crawford - Speaker
Ian Crawford is no ordinary presenter. He has the unique ability to deliver powerful content, in engaging, challenging and motivating ways.
What sets Ian apart from the field of speakers is his ability to deliver messages that have a profound impact on the audience. He is the stone that when dropped in the cultural pond, radiates change and impact well after the presentation is completed.
He has repeatedly been called motivational, challenging, inspiring, thought provoking and edgy. In truth, it is his rare gift to bring all these attributes together to capture an audiences attention, build rapport and then challenge them to move to greater places than they thought possible. Ian constantly receives emails highlighting from people who are surprised with the significant changes they have implemented following one of his presentations.
As the Owner and Director of Candor Training and Consultancy, he has worked globally with all levels of leaders from supervisor to the C-suite in a large variety of industries from not for profit, education, sport through to mining and finance.
Ian is a passionate and inquisitive learner. His interests are widely varied which allows him to draw upon areas such as psychology, sport, health, physiology, neuroscience, medicine and business. This allows him to provide rare perspectives on topics that may seem ‘done to death’ and have a topic list diverse enough to match any audience. Ian also prides himself on building, from scratch, a new presentation each time to ensure the greatest outcomes for each client.
The most requested presentations are listed below, although if you do not see exactly what you require please contact Ian directly and discuss your needs.
Before Ian presents for you he will speak to you about the desired outcomes for the presentation, challenges being faced by your organization and the successes you have experienced. This ensures that each presentation is molded to directly suit your people.
- THE MOTIVATING LEADER
- BUILDING HIGH PERFORMANCE CULTURES
- influencing for performance
Leadership - step up or step out
In a time when the term “leadership” is thrown around to relate to any team issue (business, community, family) without a considered regard to what it really means, the definition, roles and responsibilities of a true leader has been lost. Leadership is more than a title, yet many act like to is. This presentation challenges leaders to become just that LEADERS. Not because the organization has placed them in that position, rather because they want to be there, they want to build teams and they simply believe it is what they should be doing. This presentation deeply investigates the mindset of the greatest leaders and how this made them great, while challengine the philosophies and preconceived beliefs of what leadership really is in modern times.
Previous groups have commented on “how challenging”, “inspirational” “time for leadership reset” and motivation this presentation is.
The Motivating Leader – the power to motivate self and others
Forbes, Harvard Business Review and Center of Creative Leadership all identify people management as the great single issue.
Add to Gallups recent research that only 31% of employees are engaged at work (51% are disengaged and 17.5% actively disengaged) the ability for leaders to manage themselves and others has never been greater.
Based on research and experience this presentation will identify key strategies that will allow leaders to move themselves to greater levels of motivation and those that report to them. All strategies discussed can be implemented immediately.
Building high performance cultures - what it really means
So may organisations and teams classify them selves as high performing, where just in that simple statement indicates they are not! Do you know why?
High performing organisations are rare, although those that work and achieve this level deliver outcomes greater than others, with less effort and greater enjoyment. Also, greater retention of members.
High performing cultures don’t just happen, they need work, guidance and commitment.
This presentation provides the key elements on developing the team you are looking for.
No matter if you are a leader, team, community or family member, the need to be able to influence is a paramount skill. Sadly, it is mostly done poorly.
This presentation delves deeply into the greatest concepts and strategies that you can ethically use on a day to day basis that will significantly increase your influencing power.
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If you are a not for profit / volunteer organisation then contact us directly for very special rates.