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Andrew Bryant CSP
Andrew Bryant, CSP (APSS President 2015-2016) is an expert on Leadership, Self Leadership, and Leading Cultures.
More than just a Motivational Speaker, Andrew Bryant has solutions for today’s leadership challenges. He speaks, coaches and consults on; Self-improvement, Team-improvement, motivation, engagement, and coping with change. In fact, 89% of clients surveyed reported improved or significantly improved leadership following a session with Andrew.
Andrew has worked with audiences as large as 12,000, facilitated team alignment with small and mid-sized groups, and worked 1-to-1 with ‘C-level’ executives to become better leaders. With an impressive client list, including; Ansell, HP, Microsoft, Red Hat, Credit Suisse, Coutts, CIMB & Singapore Airlines, you are sure to get a ‘World Class’ Keynote or Workshop from Andrew Bryant, CSP PCC. Visit selfleadership.com or BOOK NOW
“Having worked in the conferencing and events industry for quite some time, claims of ‘engaging’ and ‘cutting edge content’ from professional speakers can end up to be nothing more than rhetoric. Not so with Andrew! Commanding the stage from start to finish, filling the room with energy, all whilst imparting practical strategies and tools for our senior business audience, Andrew really set the tone for our 3-day show and made a big impact on our audience.” — Natalie Williams, SSON Conference Organizer
Speaking Tech, or Speaking Craft?
Published on 07/09/2021 under Innovation/Creativity, Presentation Skills, Technology
TECH or CRAFT? This debate is raging in the Professional Speaking Community. For me, excluding relevant content, the argument isn’t either/or but ‘AND’. Before Covid, I spent over 20-years developing the ‘craft’ of speaking. I studied and practiced storytelling, improv theatre, standup comedy, audience engagement, stage dynamics, vocal techniques, visual design, gestures, and pauses. When […]
60-Seconds to Fame or Failure
Published on 08/11/2020 under Communication /Voice, Motivation, Presentation Skills
When speaking in public – the first 60-Seconds matter. In 60-seconds, probably less, people have judged whether you are worth listening to or they have reached for their phones. The good news is that if you know this, you can plan for fame and avoid failure. Turn on your speakers or put in your headphones […]
How to get more Diverse Conference and Conventions
Published on 07/15/2020 under Change Management, Culture, Social Media
I recently shared, on Social Media, that I would be giving a keynote speech at a large online event. Unfortunately, the best image that showcased ‘yours truly’ included two other white men. The optics were not great considering that I am an advocate for women’s leadership and have signed a pledge to not appear on all-male panels. […]
DON’T get out of your COMFORT ZONE
Published on 10/22/2018 under Leadership, Motivation, Personal Development,
Did I catch your attention? Does it seem that I’m swimming against a tide of motivational memes? But what about those inspirational but unspecific and unsubstantiated promises like, “This is where the magic happens”? Consider this: the human body has very specific comfort zones for things like temperature, blood glucose, and atmospheric oxygen. For example, […]