Through high energy, entertaining and content rich conference presentations and masterclass programs, I outline the latest evidence-based research and proven strategies from my three Master Degrees in Business, Professional Ethics and Applied Positive Psychology, and help organisational leaders and their teams earn, build and maintain intentional trust relationships, that result in increased sales and improved customer experiences.
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“If you’re looking for inspiring and entertaining conference presentations or masterclass workshops, supported by the latest global research on why and how the level of trust in our relationships impacts our success, let’s chat to explore the opportunities. I look forward to taking your call on +61 2 9546 2492.”
Click to learn more about David’s conference presentations, programs and resources to increase corporate success through building Intentional Trust!
- Trust in Sales
- Trust in Customer Service
- Trust in Leadership
- Trust in Corporate Culture
- Trust in Employee Engagement
- Trust in Change Management
- Trust in Teams
When trust is at risk …
Everything is at risk!
Click to learn more about the Intentionomics Blueprint of 9 Inescapable Truths to help you live an even more happy, flourishing and prosperous life!
- Define an ‘intentional life’
- Take stock of your truth
- Clarify life-roles intentions
- Control your inner voice
- Develop success habits
- Set aspirational goals
- Build trust relationships
- Be a life-time learner
- Take intentional action
“I am privileged to meet this country’s most prominent guest speakers. I have to say that few, if any, were able to match the style, delivery and impact of David’s presentation.”
Heidi Tamlyn, PR Manager, AM Club Sydney
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“As the keynote speaker at our Franchise Conference, David was engaging, motivational and entertaining. The feedback we received was more than positive and we were impressed with how his presentation was tailored to our personal needs.”
Sharyn Hopkins, Network Performance Co-ordinator, L.J. Hooker