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Just stop motivating me!

As we have all experienced, employee engagement can make or break a team. Many leaders complain that they don’t have enough time for themselves to be productive as they are always pushing and motivating their staff. According to sports and business psychologist, Gavin Freeman, organisations are asking the wrong questions. He believes individuals are always motivated but it is our underlying psyche which determines our ability to maintain or change our approach to motivation.

Why do we act the way we do? How can we create smarter work environments which will enable motivation to flourish? What is needed for employees to change the way they work?

Join Gavin as he delves into the human consciousness to uncover a wider motivational continuum which determines our ability to maintain or change how we approach work.
His second book, Just Stop Motivating Me, is the basis of this presentation and is the product of many interviews with various CEO and professionals (including the CEO of Deloitte Australia and Nelson Mandela’s personal bodyguard). The results are quite extraordinary and reveal why we should stop motivating people and instead create an environment where workers choose to motivate themselves and use their discretionary effort to benefit their organisation as a whole.

You will be given a questionnaire designed to help you understand your own motivational mindset and how to progress from there.

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“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.”

Craig Norenbergs, media and broadcasting professional  (fmr head of ABC  grandstand)

More information about my latest book can be found here.

Building an Olympian Mindset

(Performing under pressure)

Building an Olympian mindset is achievable – but it will take everything you have to give. The beauty is that every person has the capability of developing their own version.

We explore deep insights into my model of preforming under pressure with a strong message on how you the individual can develop a resilient, focused, disciplined and motivated approach to life and work.

Walking away from this presentation you and your team will have specific examples the impact of  pressure and how we can learn to block it out or even make it your friend. The presentation is designed to be highly experiential

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Want to add an awesome experiential moment for your team – we can include an Olympian to demonstrate the ability to perform under pressure….. See clip below for a sneak preview.

“Gavin Freeman has years of experience working with high performance athletes and high performance corporates, 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”

Dr Ross Walker




Crisis management

How Bruce Wayne Becomes Batman

By day he is a mild mannered billionaire, but at night he becomes the caped crusader to fight crime and protect the city and people he cares about. Crisis management by its definition is the ability to respond to a situation which you often have no control over, have little time to respond to, and likely don’t have all the information you need to make a decision. 

Over recent times the impact of a crisis on a businesses reputation and bottom line has become the norm on the front pages of our newspapers, the butt of many comedians jokes and at the mercy of the twitter trolls. 

This presentation will take you on an emotional and cognitive journey into understanding the psychology of a crisis, how we need to build effective plans to support your employees during a crisis and most importantly how your leaders need to pull on the Lycra, put their undies on the outside and become Batman