A Chat with Domestic Abuse Survivor, Inspirational Speaker Andrew Pain.

9th Sep 2021

Domestic Violence Isn’t Gendered – a Keynote

As a long-term survivor of domestic abuse in his former marriage, Andrew Pain knows only too well the impact of domestic abuse on performance at work: from the extraordinary levels of sick leave to the excessive and lengthy personal phone calls each day, and falling asleep on the phone to his clients mid-way through the conversation due to sheer exhaustion!

Andrew is keen to highlight that domestic abuse isn’t gendered – that men can also suffer from abusive partners…

Watch Andrew’s TEDx Talk below –

On leaving the abusive relationship, Andrew undertook life coaching and youth impact coaching qualifications, simply to become a better dad (he had no intention of becoming a professional coach or speaker) but once he explored the world of coaching, he never looked back.

Within 18 months, he’d set up his own coaching business, delivering stress management, influencing and time management programmes for his clients.

At Great British Speakers, Andrew delivers 5 thought-provoking and insightful keynote sessions for busy leaders who want to be more effective in their roles and more efficient with their time.

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Domestic abuse speaker Andrew Pain – Keynote topics:

1) What domestic violence teaches us about critical decision making

2) Why burnout affects grafters and slackers and how to stop it

3) How to delegate so the job gets done on time and to the standard you want

4) How to master your speaking skills, so you inspire action not apathy

5) Get more done, without getting busier or burnt out

Visit Andrew’s Profile Page to find out how his keynotes will make a difference to your business and leadership.

Andrews clients include.

Lloyds Bank, BAE Sytems, Balfour Beatty Kilpatrick, IOD, CIMA, Pinsent Masons, APM, Tedx, NHS, The Good Men Project, ROSPA, BBC, FSB, Project Management Institute and Optimus Education.

With Mental Health Awareness Day Coming Up this October (10th), Andrew joins Great British Speakers’ Jane Farnham for a chat, to help raise as much awareness as possible…

Make an Enquiry.

To Book Domestic Abuse Survivor Andrew Pain for Mental Health Awareness Day (10th October) or perhaps you’re looking for a brilliant motivational leadership keynote, the contact Jane Farnham –

If you’re after a Mental Health Speaker to help engage, empower and motivate your audience or team contact us here or call +44 1753 439 289 to speak to a member of the Great British Talent Group team.  

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