Travels from: New South Wales
Things go wrong. It is just a matter of when not if. How you react to challenges is going to determine your level of success and achievement
Categories: Motivational Speakers
Full Presenter Profile & Bio
Even when facing adversity head on, Stacey Copas still thinks positively and now shares her wisdom with audiences. She uses the idea that the reaction to the situation will affect the overall outcome.
After being involved in a dreadful accident which left her a quadriplegic and wheelchair dependant, Stacey picked herself up and set out to achieve whatever she could. From running for parliament to training those with disabilities in developing countries, Stacey never let her wheelchair hold her back from success.
She utilised her real-life experiences and personal values to become Australia’s Number 1 keynote speaker and facilitator on resilience and turning adversity into an asset. Copas has delivered keynote speeches, training programs, and consulted and coached some of Australia’s large organisations including Telstra, South East Water and the CSRIO.
Stacey has also written and published a largely endorsed book titled ‘How To Be Resilient’ which has also been featured across multiple medias including the Financial Review, ABC Radio and The Australian.
Recently, Copas has been involved in athletics and became the first women in her classification to compete within Australia.
Stacey Copas can speak to any audience, and leaves them feeling inspired and motivated. She can engage and equip the audience with the tools to see them overcome any challenge and embrace change and adversity. Copas also aims to improve decision making skills and stop excuses.
Stacey’s most popular keynote presentation is titled ‘How To Be Resilient and Find Opportunities In Change and Adversity’. During this presentation she shares with the audience how she discovered success from adversity and introduces simple strategies which can be applied to every area in life. Her objectives for the presentations include:
- Challenge every participant to put things in their lives in perspective
- Show how a positive approach to change and adversity brings companies a competitive edge
- Provide strategies that examine how individuals are responsible for the way they respond to change
- Provide tips and tricks for focussing and empowerment even whilst outside of comfort zones
- Inspire the audience to think larger