Travels from: New South Wales
Fascinated by the way we think and make decisions
Be More Productive and Less Busy
The first question in this keynote is, What is Great Work to you?. We get the audience to figure it out for themselves using a specially designed interactive task. With a unique combination of science and storytelling, Rob then brings to life the latest research on why our brains are sometimes our worst enemy when it comes to focusing on Great Work. The talk will show you what you can do to get back in control of your emails, your meetings and even the book you said you were going to write.
The Psychology of Decision Making
The ability to make good decisions is a crucial quality of any business person. And yet, we do not get taught how to do it in school or university. Luckily, over the last 40 years, amazing, Nobel Prize winning research has created a new understanding of how we humans make decisions, where we sometimes go wrong, and what you can do about it. This becomes significant when you face a big dilemma in business or in life. How can you maximize your chance of success and be confident you made the right choice with the information you had? Using a combination of science and real life stories, Rob shares some of the latest insights and tools that can help you and your organisation be more confident decision makers.
The Psychology of Negotiations
Sharpen your negotiation skills by understanding 7 key psychological principles that can give you immediate results. Illustrated with real life stories from negotiating multimillion dollar deals, to negotiating with your children, and everything in between, this keynote also involves a number of interactive elements to get the audience thinking about what they would do in critical situations. This technique helps participants to engage in the content and really think about it. This keynote is sure to increase the energy level at an event and get everyone thinking!
Full Presenter Profile & Bio
Rob Pyne’s background on leadership, strategy, management and entrepreneurship – combined with a degree in psychology – has led to a fascination with how people think, how they make decisions, and how we can do it better.
His talks bring psychological insights to the workplace. He’ll inspire you to change the way you think, the way you behave and the way you work.
After an award-winning career in marketing and strategy roles in multinational companies, in 2013 Rob founded Realizer - the first Australian company to specialise in helping leaders improve their decision-making through training and coaching.
Rob’s approach is based on his background in psychology – through applying some of the counter-intuitive findings about how we make decisions and how we sometimes get it wrong. Realizer has searched out, tested and invented the best tools that are proven to work for experienced leaders in real business decisions, high value negotiations – and in life.
Realizer has trained and coached hundreds of people in well-known organisations like BBC, Redkite, Johnson & Johnson, Hoyts, Yahoo!7, ABC, UNSW & the AFL as well as small and medium organisations in fields including Law, Education, Not for Profit and Marketing.
The most common words used to describe Rob’s keynotes and workshops are: “engaging”, “relevant” and “practical”.