British motivational speaker aims to help workers and firms build optimism out of the devastation of coronavirus
Mental health, anxiety and depression are at epidemic proportions in the UK.
And then came along Covid-19.
These talks give tips to fill minds, offices and organisations with inspiration and optimism.”Shane Dean
Businesses, workplaces and communities are reporting catastrophic negative effects and there are fears of a tsunami of bad news to come.
People, organisations and businesses report that Shane’s talks result in a boost in staff enthusiasm, productivity and morale.
Now life enthusiast and motivational speaker Shane Dean has a series of fun and powerful talks to inspire employees and workplaces.
His talks ‘Good News Thinking’ can lift people and businesses to believe for the impossible to come out of the coronavirus crisis with an explosion of hope and good news.
“Shane is one of the most inspiring and engaging speakers I have ever seen. He never fails to motivate our 70+ staff, including the management and leadership teams; and the content he delivers is ideal for businesses and corporate organisations looking to achieve growth and deliver a morale boost.”Andrew Scott, CEO, Ascot Group
After suffering crippling negativity throughout his childhood and teenage years, Shane turned round his brain to become an incredibly positive person. He has since been a journalist in local regional and national newspapers, and has his own national newspaper, the Good News Post GoodNewspost.co.uk in partnership with Business Leader.
His talks give tips to inspire and help people get more positive thought lives.
They can last to suit the audience, from a quick 20 minutes, to 1 hour to an entire day with practical workshop and exercises.
Shane said: “Covid19 and the coronavirus crisis has helped further cripple millions with chronic anxiety, mental health and other negative side effects. There are widespread fears that the worst is to come.
“But there is hope. These talks give tips to fill minds, offices and organisations with inspiration and optimism.”
Shane uses stories from figures such as Mandela, Churchill, and more as well as his own news stories from his life and journalism career to illustrate his points.
Andrew Scott, serial entrepreneur and founder/CEO of the Ascot Group, said: “Shane is one of the most inspiring and engaging speakers I have ever seen. He never fails to motivate our 70+ staff, including the management and leadership teams; and the content he delivers is ideal for businesses and corporate organisations looking to achieve growth and deliver a morale boost.”
As founder and editor of the Good News Post, Shane also trains over 100 students aged 5 to 25 in schools and colleges across England to think positive and write inspirational stories.
Editor of the Business Leader magazine Oli Ballard said: “Shane’s talks have real depth and use real life examples combined with inspirational figures from history that help audiences to think differently, become inspired and take away examples to use in their day to day life.”