MOTIVATIONAL & KEYNOTE SPEAKER
What can I offer you?
I am a motivational and public speaker who specialises in after dinner and conference keynote presentations.
Each talk will be tailored for you using awe-inspiring imagery and footage from my expeditions and life in the military.
Please see the list of a few of my past clients and should you need any references, do not hesitate to get in touch and I will endeavour to get you that reference.
So why are my presentations of relevance to you?
I have found that my talks are in high demand across all fields of business and at all levels, from medical reps right up to the Board of Directors of Diageo Plc as well as Johnson and Johnson. It’s a well known fact that business in this day and age constantly need to be able to adapt and change, especially now that BREXIT is right upon us, never mind the fact that well will have a new Prime Minister in the weeks to come.
The themes of resilience, overcoming adversity and team work, come out naturally in my talks and helps the audiences and the business learn these tools.
I speak of my experiences in life to motivate my audiences and to offer them the sense of perspective as to what they believe can and cannot be achieved. I have found that this is the most powerful and emotive part of my talk. Your audience will leave my talk with a sense that they can certainly work harder.
How would I describe my delivery style as a presenter?
As stated by an audience member at a National Sales Meeting.
“I met Rory at a National Sales Meeting where he presented as a motivational speaker.
He instantly commanded the room with his honesty, modesty and emotive story. The way in which he was able to engage and gauge the audience was compelling, endearing and highly addictive. Rory speaks in a way in which he makes you see and feel the memories and events through his eyes, he injects wit, humour and comedy to what is otherwise a tragic tale of loss and overcoming. He speaks of strength that is greater than physical strength and his mental determination and refusal to give up is inspiring and admirable. It is no mean feat to bring grown men to tears in a room full of colleagues and peers, yet that is exactly what he did. Rory’s message is simple, believe, achieve and succeed. “Can’t” is simply one letter too long.”