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Kevin Humphreys Travels from Brisbane, QLD

Podcast
Kevin Humphreys

Topics

  • Inspirational
  • Leadership
  • Mental Health
  • Military
  • Motivational
  • Occupational Health And Safety
  • Resilience
  • Society / Social Trends


Three decades serving country and community as a helicopter pilot, both with the Army in combat and civilian search and rescue, Kevin Humphreys knows tragedy and triumph. Leading large teams in diverse and complex environments both at home and abroad, he knows what it’s like to lead in difficult circumstances, confront risk and succeed, to hit rock bottom and excel. Kevin’s moving story enables him to share powerful messages about leadership and mental illness leaving the audience empowered to move forward.

Flying Blackhawk helicopters by age 21, he would go on to complete several deployments in East Timor, Iraq and Afghanistan plus humanitarian operations in Papua New Guinea. Following his Army service, Kevin moved into civilian emergency medical services and search and rescue flying where he held numerous positions including Flight Instructor, Flight Examiner, Chief Pilot and Director of Operations. He shows that there is life after diagnosis and in fact, mental illness can be the catalyst for growth.

Keynote Titles

  • Mental Health Leadership - Leading yourself and then others
  • Discipline - it's P.U.R.E. Desire
  • Perception, Permission and Purpose

Testimonials

Highly recommended! Listening to his story, what struck me most was the personal courage he demonstrated time and again. Kevin’s messages are positive and he is living proof that despite PTSD, you can get back to the top of your game.

Commonwealth Superannuation Corporation

Kevin gave a heartfelt and illuminating presentation at our conference. Thank you for putting us in touch with Kevin – it was the best thing we did.

Aged Care Conference Organiser

I’ve never seen a room of 160+ construction workers so silent – you could’ve heard a pin drop.

Hutchinson Builders

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