Lectures adapted for conferences
As a lecturer, I combine a strong story with good speaking skills, a lot of humor, energy, reflections and tools. My goal is to raise the invisible health in workplaces, in the classroom, in sports teams and in organizations.
More and more institutions and target groups are actively investing in mental health and this has made my calendar busy.
I am often booked for seminars where my topic is not the overriding one, but my clients want a strong story, a lot of humor and good reflections to take with them.
In my lectures, I focus on how closely physical and mental health are connected and what strength this can be, when used correctly. Here the doorstep mile is central and I love talking about endorphins.
I am concerned about the different routines we can have in everyday life and that these play a greater role when life is difficult. But I am particularly interested in the routines you have with yourself.
I also focus on that we humans are herd animals and how you can build a strong foundation with the people around you and what role it will play further in life.
It's about how you invest in colleagues, fellow students and people around you.
I can tailor the lecture according to time and emphasis on seminars. Most seminars I attend use to request between 30 to 45 minutes, but I can also keep it a little shorter or a bit longer.
I often book to come after lunch or towards the end of the day to lift the mood if people have just eaten or are tired at the end of a seminar. I then come with a strong story, a lot of energy and facilitation for reflections.
My lecture does not have to be completely connected with the rest of the seminar, but often acts as an extra factor to lift the seminar if it is otherwise heavily academic.