Adam Fraser delivers an entertaining and highly engaging talk on work life balance. He shares candid stories of what he has learned from elite athletes, CEOs, and his own family life, and talks about becoming surprised by results of his research on what work life balance meant to families.
He discovered that for families, having work life balance is not about when you show up, but rather how you show up. He brings humor as he unveils the simple formula of how to use the gap between work and home to connect with those most important to you. He leaves the audience with very important words of wisdom “There’s two types of people in life–the type of person who lights up the room when they walk in and the type of person who lights up a room when they walk out.” and encourages them to make wise use of The Third Space.
Adam Fraser is a human performance researcher and consultant whose expertise is on how the high performance culture can be adopted in the evolving business landscape. His various researches contain a mix of neuroscience and positive psychology and has been brought to over 50,000 people in Australia, New Zealand and Asia through more than 600 presentations in the last 5 years.
His engaging talks include the topics of the psychology of performance, improvement of productivity, transformational leadership, engagement of teams, work life balance and development of high performing cultures. Industries and clients who have benefited from Adam Fraser’s research include CBA, Westpac, Optus, IBM, ABN AMRO, PWC, Asteron, AON, Tower, Local Government Managers Association, Merck Sharpe & Dohme, Queensland Law Society, and the Department of Education.
Adam Fraser has also written several books including “Performance Flow”, “Sugar Daddy” and “The Third Space“. Aside from being an author, researcher and keynote speaker, Adam Fraser frequently featured in the media. He has appeared in the Australian Financial Review, CEO magazine, Business Review Weekly (BRW), Fast Thinking, Readers Digest, Human Capitol magazine and Management Today. He has held regular radio spots on ABC 702 and his own slot on Sky Business. He is also regularly on Channel 7’s Sunrise & The Morning Show, Kochie’s Business Builders, Channel 9’s Today show and Mornings, What’s good for you and Close Up in Auckland.