In today’s fast-paced and highly competitive business landscape, individuals and organisations need to constantly innovate, out-create, and out-market their competition. As a result, many are experiencing difficulties in sustaining high performance and maintaining a healthy work-life balance.
Dr Adam Fraser, a human performance researcher and consultant, is a leading expert in understanding how organisations can adopt a high-performance culture to thrive in this challenging and evolving landscape. With a passion for the research behind his work, Dr Fraser has long-held partnerships with various universities throughout Asia Pacific, and has delivered more than 1500 presentations to over half a million people in Australia, New Zealand, and worldwide.
Dr Fraser has worked with elite level athletes, the armed forces, and business professionals of all levels. He has worked in many industries with clients including CBA, Westpac, Optus, Telstra, IBM, PwC, Ernst & Young, Asteron, AON, Local Government Managers Association, Merck Sharpe & Dohme, Queensland Law Society, and the Department of Education.
Dr Fraser is a best-selling author with four books to his name, including his latest release, ‘Strive,’ and the acclaimed ‘The Third Space.’ His expertise lies in the psychology of performance, improving productivity, transformational leadership, engagement of teams, work-life balance, and development of high-performing cultures.
His impact as a keynote speaker is so impressive that his presentations have been measured in a university study, with attendees showing a 41% improvement in behaviour. Dr Fraser is regularly featured in the media, including appearances in the AFR, SMH, The Age, CEO magazine, BRW, Fast Thinking, Readers Digest, Human Capitol Magazine, and Management Today. He is a regular radio guest on ABC Radio Nationally and has his own segment on Sky Business. Dr Fraser is also frequently seen on Channel 7’s Sunrise & The Morning Show, Channel 9’s Today and Today Extra, and Close Up in Auckland.
When he’s not working, Dr Fraser enjoys spending time with his wife and two daughters, as well as his dog Tilly.
Dr Adam Fraser’s insights into high-performance cultures and the psychology of performance are invaluable for anyone looking to optimise their productivity and work towards a healthier work-life balance.
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