Adam’s work as a successful School Principal in some of Australia’s toughest locations means he reeks credibility and the humour, stories and case studies behind his evidence mean his keynote speeches ring true with his audiences everywhere.
Adam has delivered a TEDx Talk titled “The Importance of How” and has also appeared on the Sunrise program (catch the end of the clip for some high praise from Kochie!) spreading his challenge and optimism about great Australian Schools.
If you are looking to run an event roughly the same as last year’s or to induce the same eye-rolling accompanied with most speeches about motivation, inspiration and ‘following your dreams’… well, you’re probably in the wrong place!
However… if you are looking for a transformative, engaging and perhaps even provocative speaker who will plant the seed of learning as a highly exciting lever for team and individual performance improvement – then we need to talk.
No smoke and mirrors here. It’s just about understanding how to progress your organization through three phases:
- Learning Activity
- Learning Relationships
- Learning Cultures
It’s always easy for a speaker to stick a video in here giving you a well rehearsed three minute snapshot his/her earth-shattering message. But this isn’t about me – it’s about your team!
So why not find out what the impact of working with Adam Voigt looks like by hearing what the team at GMGSEO had to say about their experience?
Are you ready to create raving fans, exponentially improving results and a culture that retains and motivates your best people?
Adam’s Keynotes are always tailored for your event, but include:
An engaging, confronting and enjoyable exploration of why current learning strategies are failing to transform motivation and improvement in contemporary teams. But the great part is that Adam will spend most of the session showing you just what the first steps are in turning this around 180 degrees. Your team actually is capable of transformation through unlocking its learning potential.
In this highly confronting, yet enlightening, presentation, Adam will demonstrate how an outdated (and I mean like… ancient) view of what learning looks like is destroying engagement, improvement, creativity and collaboration within your teams. Adam will also point out the steps required for learning teams to emerge from the pack and to avoid learning experience best described as ‘death by powerpoint’.
With our leaders of learning, such as your Training & Development Managers, in mind, Adam has developed a session that shows that the leading of truly learning teams just became core business for today’s leaders. It’s only through the deep, creative and even humourous exploration of how we lead with consistency, with focus and through learning that teams really transform. Sure, build it and they will come – but you’re going to need the right tools.