Author | Educator | Mediator
After a successful international career in VIP Protection, Rob Redenbach transferred the strategies of personal security and tactical communication to the business arena. Drawing from experiences that include working with the bodyguard team of Nelson Mandela in South Africa and providing risk management services in the Middle East, Rob provides compelling insights into leadership, adaptability and how to reduce conflict and improve cooperation.
A Nationally Accredited Mediator, Rob has studied post-graduate law at Bond University’s Dispute Resolution Centre and has a Master of Arts (with Distinction) in Terrorism, Safety and Security from Charles Sturt University. He has also completed Executive Education at Harvard Kennedy School of Government in the United States.
Media reviews of Rob’s autobiography, Waveman, included “a great, inspiring and motivating read, with wider audience appeal than it would first seem” and attracted positive coverage in The Financial Review and Sky News Business – among others. His latest book (and keynote), What I Didn't Learn at Harvard, delivers a streetwise perspective on leadership and persuasive communication - empowering the audience with a focus on determination, resilience and discovering what really matters.
Corporate executives, special forces officers, project managers, professional educators and small business owners are just some of Rob’s clients who have benefited from his leadership and communication strategies.
Rob’s primary keynote presentations are: 7 Leverage Tools and Power of Initiative.
While the content of the two presentations is different, both incorporate a healthy mix of humour, memorable stories and practical knowledge. Additionally, Rob can tailor his material to suit a particular training objective or conference theme.
Rob regularly presents to corporate and business groups all across Australia, as well as internationally. Rob is equally comfortable delivering a light-hearted 20-minute speech in an after-dinner setting, a dynamic 60-minute keynote presentation at a business conference or an extended interactive workshop for business leaders.