Nick 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.
Nick Saunders is a keynote speaker who has helped improve relationships in all sorts of organisations, in all sorts of industries, in all sorts of countries – in the corporate world, in education and in the not-for-profit sector.
Inspiring, relevant and fun, Nick is a plain talking, down to earth speaker who avoids (at all costs) any management-speak, high-brow lingo, gobbledygook – or any ridiculous claims about building a smarter planet or becoming a tiger.
Nick’s known as The Family Man because, in many ways, he offers the view that workplaces are like families; you can choose your friends, but families and work colleagues you’re stuck with. However, you can still get on with them and Nick illustrates how…by turning relationships into results.
As a keynote speaker, Nick will make you think, he will get you to laugh, he will challenge you to change. Nick’s skill focuses on relating and adapting to any audience – so your message will be pitched at exactly the right level.
He fills the room with energy, passion and delivers lasting messages in a powerful, persuasive and highly entertaining way. Nick’s style is unusual, unstuffy and unpretentious.
Even better, you will come away inspired, motivated and actually do something about it.
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