SPEAKING

‘If you want to bring energy into a room then call Georgia.
She challenged us all to embrace feedback as the way to improve individual performance.’

Steven Johnson, CEO, ProVision

Unkeynotes

You may have heard of an ‘unconference’ that replaces the conventional structured program of events with free flowing ideas and conversations. Well Georgia likes to do the same with her keynotes. Whilst she can do the pre-prepared content to inspire and delight, she finds that audiences love being in the drivers seat. This is where they get to decide what they want to hear and learn.

Georgia sets the scene about why it’s important and then let’s the audience decide what they want to know. It’s a fun, interactive and meets people where they are at.

Unkeynotes

You may have heard of an ‘unconference’ that replaces the conventional structured program of events with free flowing ideas and conversations. Well Georgia likes to do the same with her keynotes. Whilst she can do the pre-prepared content to inspire and delight, she finds that audiences love being in the drivers seat. This is where they get to decide what they want to hear and learn.

Georgia sets the scene about why it’s important and then let’s the audience decide what they want to know. It’s a fun, interactive and meets people where they are at.

FLAWSOME LEADERS AND LIVES

The feedback we give ourselves has a direct impact on what we say and who we are. With ourselves and with others. We are so damn tough on ourselves. Whether we’re aware of it or not, we end up doing the same to others, conscious of it or not. Our expectations of others rise and fall based on what we expect from ourselves.

In this entertaining, funny, thought provoking talk Georgia shows us what being human is really about. Flawsome is being who you are. It goes beyond making peace with your flaws; it means owning them, understanding them and knowing that admitting them gives you power – it doesn’t take your power away. It’s understanding that all of you means you sit in your superpower. And that creates an energy that others want to be with.

Georgia will touch on what holds us back from giving ourselves permission to be human, how we can recognise when we are getting trapped in unhelpful beliefs and what a life of flawsome life can look like.

FEEDBACK THAT DOESN’T SUCK!

There are hundreds of thousands of books on leadership. Evidence shows that communication is the number one trait for great leadership. When we communicate well we build trust and respect and we get things done.

Let’s be honest though. Rarely do people get excited when they have to give feedback to another about their work or style. And some of those moments really suck. We all have irrational and unfounded fears that hold us back from having useful conversations that build relationships and productivity – not damage it.

In this funny and inspiring talk, Georgia will help us understand what gets in the way of us stepping into those moments and how we can even look forward to them in the future. To grow the people around them, their workplaces and even themselves.

KICK ASS CATCH UPS

We all get that spending time with our people matters. Yet too many people are checking out of their check ins. They are inconsistent, unplanned and often don’t add that much value. No wonder people cancel on them.

Georgia will show us that there are two components to having kick ass catch ups. That quantity does count, and quality really matters. She will help people move away from those ‘task driven’ conversations to ones that inspire both people that are in the room.

This keynote helps anyone who leads a team, project or person make sure that every moment they spend with their people counts, grows your personal leadership capability and ultimately help others become the best they can be.

FLAWSOME LEADERS AND LIVES

The feedback we give ourselves has a direct impact on what we say and who we are. With ourselves and with others. We are so damn tough on ourselves. Whether we’re aware of it or not, we end up doing the same to others, conscious of it or not. Our expectations of others rise and fall based on what we expect from ourselves.

In this entertaining, funny, thought provoking talk Georgia shows us what being human is really about. Flawsome is being who you are. It goes beyond making peace with your flaws; it means owning them, understanding them and knowing that admitting them gives you power – it doesn’t take your power away. It’s understanding that all of you means you sit in your superpower. And that creates an energy that others want to be with.

Georgia will touch on what holds us back from giving ourselves permission to be human, how we can recognise when we are getting trapped in unhelpful beliefs and what a life of flawsome life can look like.

FEEDBACK THAT DOESN’T SUCK!

There are hundreds of thousands of books on leadership. Evidence shows that communication is the number one trait for great leadership. When we communicate well we build trust and respect and we get things done.

Let’s be honest though. Rarely do people get excited when they have to give feedback to another about their work or style. And some of those moments really suck. We all have irrational and unfounded fears that hold us back from having useful conversations that build relationships and productivity – not damage it.

In this funny and inspiring talk, Georgia will help us understand what gets in the way of us stepping into those moments and how we can even look forward to them in the future. To grow the people around them, their workplaces and even themselves.

KICK ASS CATCH UPS

We all get that spending time with our people matters. Yet too many people are checking out of their check ins. They are inconsistent, unplanned and often don’t add that much value. No wonder people cancel on them.

Georgia will show us that there are two components to having kick ass catch ups. That quantity does count, and quality really matters. She will help people move away from those ‘task driven’ conversations to ones that inspire both people that are in the room.

This keynote helps anyone who leads a team, project or person make sure that every moment they spend with their people counts, grows your personal leadership capability and ultimately help others become the best they can be.

Georgia Murch Mentoring

FEEDBACK CULTURES ARE
GAME CHANGERS

The high performing organisations. The best places to work. The employers of choice. Whatever you want to call them, top organisations share a similar belief. They recognise the power of culture and how these cultures encourage and support great communication and collaboration.

Georgia helps us understand what holds businesses back from becoming the best. She will shows how forward thinking organisations are using feedback to rewire the workplace, change people’s mindset and improve productivity across the board.

Georgia will talk to the five elements that are essential to drive a culture across a team or organisation. She promises to entertain and at the same time inspire people to see the power of feedback cultures.

FEEDBACK CULTURES ARE GAME CHANGERS

The high performing organisations. The best places to work. The employers of choice. Whatever you want to call them, top organisations share a similar belief. They recognise the power of culture and how these cultures encourage and support great communication and collaboration.

Georgia helps us understand what holds businesses back from becoming the best. She will shows how forward thinking organisations are using feedback to rewire the workplace, change people’s mindset and improve productivity across the board.

Georgia will talk to the five elements that are essential to drive a culture across a team or organisation. She promises to entertain and at the same time inspire people to see the power of feedback cultures.

RECOGNITION MATTERS

There are so many teams and organisations looking for that quick win, a short term fix that will transform them into a better place to work, a high performing team or a better leader.

Georgia will prove that there is a way of creating an environment that is fast, easy and cheap to implement yet has very powerful and tangible results. When people choose to see the good in others and tell them. It may seem too simple to be true. But it’s not.

The ripple effect from creating a recognition culture is so significant that it becomes a major lever in becoming a better place to work and for people personally, a better human. And you’ll laugh out loud whilst learning.

RECOGNITION MATTERS

There are so many teams and organisations looking for that quick win, a short term fix that will transform them into a better place to work, a high performing team or a better leader.

Georgia will prove that there is a way of creating an environment that is fast, easy and cheap to implement yet has very powerful and tangible results. When people choose to see the good in others and tell them. It may seem too simple to be true. But it’s not.

The ripple effect from creating a recognition culture is so significant that it becomes a major lever in becoming a better place to work and for people personally, a better human. And you’ll laugh out loud whilst learning.