Let’s talk about trust; the firm belief in the reliability, truth or ability of someone or something. From my experience, trust is one of the most vital elements of any strong relationship and is key to ensuring it is a positive and mutually beneficial one.

Ovations very own Sharmila Nahna gives you a few quick points to consider when choosing a speaker for your next event.

Best selling author and director of the social-change documentary Embrace, Taryn Brumfitt’s global crusade to end body dissatisfaction has seen her recognised by the United Nations Women, Amy Poehler’s Smart Girls and the Geena Davis Institute.

Shaun Kenny is one of Asia Pacific’s most in-demand speakers and educators, having delivered 1,000+ sessions to 150,000+ people in the past decade with some of the world’s great companies.

Peter’s fun-filled, turbo-charged messages will have you leaping out of your seats exclaiming ‘but of course!’.

Unfortunately I don’t have two brains. Instead, I’m blessed with a damaged one, and I make it work really hard.

Shaun Tomson shows leaders how to find and define one’s purpose to powerfully re-engage individuals and activate a positive wave of commitment and performance throughout an organisation.

Cameron Schwab was appointed CEO of the famous Richmond Football Club at age 24, the youngest in the history of the game. He then spent the next 25 years as the CEO of three AFL clubs, the second longest serving CEO in the modern game.

Sir Graham Henry is one of New Zealand's most in demand speakers - having coached the All Blacks to glory in the 2011 Rugby World Cup, and going on to be awarded Coach of the Year at the IRB awards, receiving this award for a record 5th time.

Ian Stephens is one of Australia's leading motivational keynote speakers on sales, customer service and business development.

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