Andrew Bayly helps organisations to get their people positively and effectively engaged: with each other, and with the continuous challenges of change.
Andrew works with leadership teams and entire organisations to build business culture, communication, leadership, change, wellbeing and work satisfaction. That is, to build momentum among their people. Supportive momentum. Smart momentum.
He has worked in cultural change, leadership development, strategy implementation, and organisational wellbeing programs for over 200 organisations. He has delivered keynotes, workshops in “soft skills”, and MC or facilitation services to hundreds of thousands of people. His work is based on rigorous research. He has two Masters degrees: an MBA, and a MAPP (Master of Applied Positive Psychology), and is currently a PhD candidate at the University of Melbourne, researching interactions between well-being and motivation in large organisations (and their leadership teams).
As a graduate of the Victorian College of the Arts School of Drama, he has worked as a professional actor, appearing in speaking roles in three feature films. Andrew is an award-winning comic improvisor, and was a regular supporting cast member in the hit TV show, Thank God You’re Here. He uses methods and insights from actor training to inform his soft skills workshops and keynotes.
Andrew also coaches individual executives to improve their presentation, communication, engagement and change skill sets.
He designs and deliver keynotes and workshops; facilitates and MC’s. He loves human behaviour. It fascinates him. He loves good, rigorous research into it, and loves sharing the knowledge in ways that help people do better - with each other - at work.