Not only does Jay live and breathe the “I’m possible” philosophy.
He has helped thousands of people in the business, corporate, community in educating audiences to change the way their people think – and act.
Jay’s honest, open and highly emotional story is easily relatable to everyone in the audience. And yet, the manner, openness, transparency and emotion in which it is shared, is tribute to the professionalism and sincerity of the man. As he shares his own story of Career progression, to absolute ruin. Diagnosed with P.T.S.D. and hospitalised . He enables people to identify with real-life experiences and then see how they can take control, to take the steps that will give them the freedom to succeed at whatever they choose.
If the challenge your audience face seems overwhelming, Jay’s understanding of adversity and challenge works at a level everyone can engage with and gives them techniques to help overcome their own hurdles.
Jay has completed a 360 degree on his mental health journey. Having subsequently qualified as both a Mental Health and Suicide Prevention First Aider, and Ambassador for the Armed Forces Charity: COMBAT STRESS. He remains incredibly humble whilst delivering a keynote that has audiences hanging on his every word, as he transports them from an IMPOSSIBLE to an I’m POSSIBLE finale.
Mental Health in the workplace is finally a HOT POTATO on the agenda, and more and more companies acknowledge a phrase Jay has been using for years:
A companies GREATEST asset, is the in the recruitment, development and support of its people.
If you are looking for a motivational keynote speaker that delivers REAL value from the heart which impacts people for YEARS after they leave stage. Look no further than 2 x GLobal ‘Big Impact to Business’ Award Winner – Jay Allen
“That was possibly THE most impactful and moving speeches I’ve ever had the privilege to hear. Straight from the heart, full of emotion and with an incredible sense of honesty and trust. There wasn’t a dry eye in the house!”
I recently attended one of Jay’s highly interactive masterclasses, and was literally blown away with the emotion, connectivity and openness from Jay. I’ve seen many speakers, but non quite as open and honest about their own lives to demonstrate the transformation which unfolds. My colleagues and I really enjoyed the day, got far more than we had envisaged, and are now busy working on applying our learnings for the greater benefit of all.
Liam Fitzmorris said…
I’ve heard some speakers in my time, and Jay was up there with the best
In all my years attending workshops, webinars, conferences and the likes, I can count on one hand the amount of speakers I’ve hard that have captivated an entire audience from start to finish. That takes some doing, and Jay did it seamlessly.
Martyn Weller said…
Jay’s unique presentations draw on his military experience and relate them back to the business situations we all face daily with exceptional clarity and a strong motivational call to action.
Bob Mullard said…
Having had the privilege of hearing Jay a number of times, I can say unreservedly he is one of the greatest, most inspiring and thought provoking people I have ever met. From the moment he enters stage, he gets you in the palm of his hands and keeps you there transfixed as he moves you to another level – a truly professional, honest and no nonsense guy. You must see it to believe it. He is without doubt up there with the best.
Kimberley Marlor said…
Jay delivered an amazing keynote speech at the Chartered Institute of Management Accountants conference. The whole room listened to a awe inspiring but very humble account which chartered his journey from “Battlefield to Boardroom”. It was a very engaging presentation, humorous but very thought provoking with lots of great nuggets of information on why focus, drive, planning is important, but also the need to continually survey your surrounding and watch out for those curved balls, catch them, learn from them and move on.
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