Bespoke Keynotes


ENTERTAINING and INSPIRING people to think differently, and thus to act in new and more effective ways.


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Team Coaching


Are there areas where your team can be even better? If yes, then Team Coaching will help…


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Paddy brings over 25-years of experience working with high-performing teams in business and sport, across multiple industries and on five continents.


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Human capital is considered businesses most important asset in a world of advancing technology and AI. Thought-leader and ‘one of the most innovative coaches in the world’, Paddy’s Team Coaching and bespoke Keynotes focus on enhancing the human element of high performance, inspiring personal mastery, healthy leadership and key aspects of team delivery. “I am passionate about helping create great working environments where people feel happy, empowered, engaged and inspired to deliver their best. After-all, much of today’s competitive advantage is with organisations that are able to attract the best talent, keep them the longest, and at the same time are able to get the best out of the rest.”

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Paddy’s recent best-selling book, “The Barefoot Coach. Life-changing insights from coaching the world’s best cricketers” is being called ‘brilliant’, ‘insightful’, ‘one of the best books on man management and leadership’, and ‘a must for any coach or business leader.

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Gary and Paddy’s contribution to India’s success in the 2011 World Cup was immense. Paddy brought innovative thinking that guided the players and team towards success.

Sachin Tendulkar

Paddy helped me in so many unique ways throughout my career, both on and probably more importantly, off the field.

Jacques Kallis

Paddy’s out-the-box thinking helped my game as a player, and then as a coach.

Gary Kirsten

Paddy is a thought-leader. He brings a unique approach to cricket and life.

Rahul Dravid


These are a few of the successful and wide-ranging organisations who  have valued Paddy’s inspirational talks and workshops.

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Slow and steady wins the race

Beginning in the early 1980’s, Australia hosted an 875km endurance running race from Sydney to Melbourne, which at the time was the world’s longest and toughest ultra-marathon. Only the best-trained athletes participated, most of whom were around 30 years old, professionally equipped and had back-up support for the race that usually took seven days to complete.
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