“The difference between good & great is the ability to perform consistently under pressure”
Gavin Freeman really wow-ed the audience at the recent Safety Institute of Australia Women in Leadership conference. He delivered an inspiring and energy-fuelled session on how to motivate ourselves and others – it was refreshing to move away from the platitudes and feel-good statements that we often hear to instead focus on how we really tick, and what really gets us going. Gavin had an engaging and passionate style that immediately captured the audience’s attention and he followed through with relevant and pragmatic content and stories. It left us all wanting more!
Good afternoon Gavin Thank you for an outstanding presentation on the Gold Coast last week. As the last speaker in a two day conference program, this was a tough timeslot, and made just that little bit more difficult as a result of the no morning showers or coffees! You ably rose to the challenge! Your keynote engaged and inspired our delegates. I’ve heard quite a few back in the office today talking about aiming and firing (no need for adjust, adjust until later!) – so I can definitively tell you that your messages resonated. Kind regards
I have been working in sports media for thirty years and Gavin is the best leadership coach I have come across. He is more than just “the Business Olympian”, he is a gold medallist. He is a brilliant motivational speaker and comes with my highest recommendation.
Gavin Freeman is someone I’ve been talking with for years to find out what’s going on inside the heads of sportspeople. He’s equally as good whether the subject is what’s happening on the field or when athletes make the news for reasons away from the sporting arena. Gavin has been there and never fails to enlighten the audience in a most engaging way.
Gavin Freeman has years of experience working with high performance athletes and high performance corporate, as well. Gavin’s programs are a recipe for success and he has become the go to person for coaching at the top end of town