Keynote Speaker Virtual Event: A Bad Day At The Office – Paul Templer
Most of us can say that we’ve had a bad day at the office but can you say that on your worst day at work, you came face to jaws with death?
A living example of the power of choice, Paul will entertain and inspire you to overcome adversity and manage change while challenging and empowering you to build the personal and professional lives you’ve always wanted. One decision and one productive action at a time, to create lives full of achievement, happiness, and success.
This is not just an entertaining and inspiring story. Paul’s talk will give you the tools to:
- Transform change and adversity into opportunity and success
- Build your strongest identity—both personally and professionally
- Take increasing responsibility for your actions and act more consistently with your values
- Act productively by choice rather than letting a grumpy/anxious mood influence and/or dictate your actions
- Make a greater contribution to your family, colleagues, community and the world at large
- Sleep easier at night knowing you’re making a difference
Paul TemplerBusiness Owner | Keynote Speaker | Author | Philanthropist | Consultant
Paul Templer is an accomplished business owner, keynote speaker, philanthropist, consultant, coach consigliere, and author of, “What’s Left of Me”. Paul has over 20-years of experience working in a wide range of fast-paced, highly competitive business and philanthropic environments.
Paul began his career leading safaris in Africa until a bad day at the office – a deadly hippopotamus attack – forced him to rebuild his life and his career. He’s been the subject of numerous documentaries produced by the Discovery Channel, National Geographic and the BBC.
Nowadays, much of his attention and energy is focused on supporting leaders and their teams in developing their capacity to perform optimally in business and in life by introducing, applying and leveraging learnings and research from multiple arenas including: Applied neuroplasticity, psychoneuroimmunology, emotional physiology and stress and commitment based-management.