December 2023 Speaker News
This is our last speaker news of the year and this month we feature feedback on Shola Kaye, Sabrina Cohen Hatton, Sally Orange, Darren Edwards and Tilly Lockey; we welcome Marc Convey to the website; and we have news and updates from Chris Roebuck, Anne Wafula Strike, Perry McCarthy and Sina Kahen.
“Shola was absolutely brilliant and was without a doubt the star of the conference! What she delivered fit perfectly with the theme of the day. Her slot after lunch was the best energiser, fun but so informative on empathetic feedback conversations.” On Shola Kaye– October 2023 (pictured)
“Sally’s presentation went really well on Friday, it was an inspiring end to the conference and lots of her content linked into themes discussed throughout the day, which was great.” On Sally Orange – October 2023
“Anthony is an inspiring, yet humble speaker who talks from the heart as he tells his unique and moving story – yet he does so with a sense of humour and fun.” On Anthony Bennett – October 2023“
“Darren was absolutely fantastic and what a top guy! Will definitely be recommending him” On Darren Edwards – October 2023
“Tilly was marvellous! Her session went down incredibly well with our delegates” On Tilly Lockey – October 2023
We are delighted to be working with Marc Convey
Welcome to the world of Marc Convey, a motivational speaker, burns survivor, and advocate for triumph over trauma. Marc’s strong belief is that you can survive anything if you develop the inner resources to face it and forge a new path, whatever your physical limitations.
Now based in Brighton, Marc’s career has taken him from the hectic world of live poker tournaments through forming his own video production company to building a non-profit organisation focused on “working with purpose”. In his current role – as speaker, writer and spokesperson – he is telling his own story for the first time.
Marc’s journey is a compelling narrative of thriving against all odds. As a 14-year-old boy, Marc was involved in a fire that left him with enduring physical and emotional scars. Instead of letting his injuries define his future, Marc made a decision very early on to manage his own recovery and leverage his experience to become a source of strength, both to himself and others. His narrative is a powerful testament to the transformative power of post-traumatic growth, to never let anything stand in your way, to look within for the resources you need to live your own life.
For over 30 years Chris Roebuck has led global teams growing C suite and other leaders as High Performance Human Leaders to Accelerate Success by meeting their key objectives and beating challenges from M&A to customer focus, brand building to risk management and now AI adoption.
More details on some of Chris update talks can be found on his webpage
Sina Kahen is a Speaker & Author on AI, Healthcare, and the Pursuit of Meaning.
He helps companies innovate and start-ups breakout, and has worked with the likes of Amazon, BBC, Novateur Ventures, and Imperial College. He is a lecturer/speaker and workshop facilitator on topics such as Healthcare and AI, corporate innovation, and philosophy and has written three books. Sina has sent us more details on his new speech around Intrapreneurship (see below)
“Intrapreneurship: Catalysing Innovation in Corporate Culture.” This talk focuses on the transformative power of fostering an intrapreneurial mindset within corporate environments. We’ll explore successful examples and strategies for nurturing employee-driven innovation, emphasising how companies can tap into this resource to encourage creative problem-solving and new ideas.
Perry McCarthy’s incredible story is legendary. He is a championship winning racing driver, best-selling author and was ‘The Stig’ from the BBC Top Gear motoring show. Perry has recently sent us his new showreel and can be found on his webpage
Anne Wafula Strike, MBE, is a Paralympian and inspirational and motivational speaker who draws on her own life experiences and achievements to inspire her audiences.
Anne recently spoke out this article about stadium facilities and the serious injustice preventing disabled athletes and fans from enjoying sports.
That is it for this month. We wish everyone a wonderful Christmas and New Year and as always if we can ever help with any enquiries please contact at email@example.com