Speaker on Improving Teamwork
Nick Saunders is a keynote speaker who turns relationships into results by demonstrating how your work colleagues and like your family and you need to get on to achieve greater success.
In an era where employee engagement is down to 15% and 4 in 10 employees report some form of interpersonal conflict at work, Nick helps individuals and teams transform the way they operate with others. He specialises in communication, collaboration and conflict resolution – enabling people to work together more effectively.
He is the author of the No.1 bestselling book “You can choose your friends…” and is known as The Family Man – for his unique comparison methods.
Put simply, he is a Collaboration and Practical Communications Specialist who helps turn relationships into results.
Nick believes that success in any organisation is pretty much down to people communicating, cooperating and collaborating; be that with clients and customers, or fellow staff members.
Nick reveals how to win over anyone and everyone. He takes you through a powerful, practical six-step model that will enable you, your colleagues and teams to work together more effectively, collaborate more successfully and function more professionally – all of which leads to improved performance.
By the end of Nick’s talk, you will leave reflecting on your communication style, armed with a simple yet powerful system that will give you:
• The essential six skills/attributes – key to getting on with anyone
• Tips and techniques on how to use them
• Increased awareness and understanding of yourself and other people
• A framework for developing better relationships, better teamwork, better cooperation, better collaboration – all of which lead to better performance
• Improved relationships with your family at work
• The ability to win over anyone and everyone and deliver immediate results.
Nick’s clients include – Bank of Tokyo, Barclays, BP, BUPA, Care UK, The Economist, Marie Curie, NSPCC, Pfizer, Sainsbury’s, Schroders.
Nick Saunders is the author of the bestselling book “You can choose your Friends…” called “wise insightful and authentic” by the Times.
"Nick delivered a superb speech. He’s fantastically engaging and uses his personal stories to really bring to life a very powerful model for helping organisations get on well together – which in turn helps people be more collaborative and deliver better results"
— Alex Alder Director, Barclays UK
"The best speaker I’ve heard"
— Chris Kavados, BUPA