Paul Timms is a professional speaker, personal coach and corporate trainer. Paul has delivered hundreds of presentations in Australia and New Zealand to thousands of participants. He is a Professional Member of the National Speakers Association of Australia and has served as the National Membership Manager and Queensland Vice President of this highly respected organisation.
His interactive presentation style has helped any speakers conquer their fear of public speaking helping them to become influential speakers and successful business entrepreneurs.
High Performance Leadership
What people are saying about Paul Timms...
"On behalf of the mentoring team, I am writing to thank you for your involvement in the 2012 Industry Mentoring Program. we wish to acknowledge the considerable time and effort have devoted to the program this year. Without your assistance, the Program would not be possible, so again thank you for generously sharing your time, knowledge and insights with our students."
M Hempel. Griffith Industry Mentoring Team. Griffith University.
“Paul is a powerhouse of energy. He just makes things happen - and he makes it look easy” Dr. Irena Yashin-Shaw PhD Innovation/Communication, National Professional Development Manager, National Speakers Association of Australia
“Paul is a dedicated, focused, driven and an extremely inspiring person. Working with Paul and having him on your team is a great asset.”
Natasha Zuvela, Presenter of Live Wildlife Warrior Shows, Australia Zoo Pty Ltd
“Paul is an astute thinker who has a unique ability to cut through distraction to get to the essence of the issue or goal being investigated. He is able to facilitate great progress in a short period of time.” David Koutsoukis, President, National Speakers Association of Australia
“I have witnessed Paul on the speaking platform on a few occasions. Paul is is a very motivating and passionate speaker who also walks the talk.” Richard Hansen, Owner, Hansen Forge Pty Ltd
Paul is able to deliver his presentation is a wide range of setting and formats. If available, his preference is to have a laptop and data projector available so that he can use his presentation from USB. A flipchart, whiteboard and lecturn should also be available.
The room should be set up in theatre style with a minimum of one metre space for an aisle and around the sides and back of the room. Paul likes to move around and amongst the group as he speaks. If people are sitting at tables, it is preferred to have them in banquet style so that each person is facing the front of the room.
These guidelines will enhance Paul's rapport with his audience - they are not requirements but rather are provided to help event planners identify and coordinate resources. .
AV Preference - Keynote