Travels from: Queensland
Offering culture change programs and advice that is shifting business
Full Presenter Profile & Bio
Darren Hill is a game-changing strategist who has an inspiring client book which consists of Fortune 500 and ASX Tp-20 companies. McDonalds, PepsiCo, Schweppes, The Australian Federal Government and Suncorp Bank are a few of the companies that have utilised his culture change programs.
As a bestselling author of three books Hill has provided advice in newsprint and media across the Fairfax Media Group, News Limited, Smart Company and Business Insider. Appearing on The Today Show and Sky Business News, Darren now writes exclusively for Business Review Weekly.
“Dealing with the Tough Stuff: How to achieve results from key conversations” is the bestseller that has been translated into three other languages.
His success is due to his ability to stay grounded and offer real advice that clients find refreshing. Having a re-engagement rate of almost 100%, attests to his ability to provide sound advice.
Dealing with the Tough Stuff
Darren wrote the book on this topic; literally. As a coauthor of best selling Dealing with the Tough Stuff, Darren can show you practical skills on how to create a feedback culture for excellence.
The Edge Effect: Finding success on the brink of uncertainty
Do you sometimes think our business world is moving so fast you will get motion sickness? If there is one constant in our lives it is change. The curious thing is that some species, businesses, and people achieve enormous success in the same change environment where others flounder, and ultimately become extinct. The Edge Effect helps us take a new look at change, the uncertainty that comes with it, and ultimately how we can succeed.
The Science of Leadership
Good leadership equals good business. By focusing the efforts of your leaders on three key attributes all teams possess, you can shift the collective behaviours of your people to achieve greatness. Discover how to Manage Pressure, Make Progress and Establish Connection.
The Science of Ownership
Deep ownership where employees at all levels treat their work like they owned the business. So how do we achieve deep levels of ownership in our people? Well, science has plenty of answers, and unsurprisingly money is not one of them. In this keynote we lift the lid on motivation drivers and factors that influence ownership. A must attend session for leaders wanting to take their culture to another level.
Toughen Up: How to build a bulletproof culture in the face of unrelenting change
Change is constant and unrelenting, and getting faster. We need to build teams with a resilience to handle this constant buffeting. A tailored keynote, we look at where you are in a change cycle, how much change fatigue exists and map ideas to strengthen your culture.