- Andrew May is the former physical performance manager for the Australian Cricket Team.
- He is a serial entrepreneur who has built and sold three business including Good Health Solutions.
- He is a partner of KPMG’s Performance Clinic.
- He is the author of the bestselling book Flip the Switch, writes a popular blog Performance Matters for The Sydney Morning Herald and The Age, has a regular segment on ABC News Breakfast and appears regularly on Channel Nine.
- Personal Best
- Using science to improve your personal performance
- How the Best Get Better
- Learn the strategies that the best of the best follow to sustain high performance all year round
- The 8 Day Week
- A practical approach to productivity that will save an individual a day a week
- Don't Act Your Age
- Learn how the way you eat and move helps you stay young, healthy and vibrant
- Kicking off Both Feet
- Using positive psychology to improve your mental age
Andrew had a line queuing up for him after his session. Amazing session on time management and a highlight session of our conference.
“Very interactive and informing. Andrew was good. Great to see more speakers talking about our fitness and mind is paramount.”
“Good content and easy to understand.”
“Very fundamentally sound advice.”
Thanks for your great ‘Switched On’ keynote at our annual conference. It was our pleasure having you as part of our 'people' day and I thought your speech was fantastic! One of our international guests from London was so impressed with your presentation that he said he's going back this week to let them know what an innovative company we are down here and to speak to International HR about running something similar in UK – all very positive!
Human Resources Manager
EMI Music Australia
Hi Andrew, I wanted to take a minute to thank you for all of the time and effort you have put into the AXA manager conference program over the last year. Combining the morning wake up activities, masseurs, and the online learning and intranet with your keynote presentations is a perfect way to blend content and practice. The Switched On reviews where you summarise all of our activities and provide us with downloads and photos of the entire experience is always very well received. We are looking forward to running this program with you again next year!
Feedback from delegates clearly shows your talk was not only well received, but a highlight of the event. Your experience and understanding of sustained performance and its impact on our businesses certainly gives us all plenty to think about in planning ahead.
Andrew's energetic style always leaves the audience buzzing. We can always count on Andrew to partner with us and deliver a humorous, thought provoking and very practical presentation. He is a master speaker and the perfect choice to stimulate the audience with a fact filled health message. One of the best I've seen!
From the very start your message was powerful and to the point. I was particularly impressed the way you researched the audience and continually linked the key messages back to our specific business and day to day pressures.
Victorian Human Resources Manager
Andrew recently partnered with Human Resources to develop a specific presentation that outlined the theory behind designing and managing Work Life Balance programs; as well as providing employees with powerful and realistic strategies they could immediately use. This provided a very strong platform for HR to then explain what we are doing on both a global and local initiative. I strongly recommend Andrew May as one of the best in the business I've come across.
Andrew May has now presented to Ernst & Young employees throughout Australia in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Adelaide, Canberra and Perth. His high energy, enthusiasm, subject knowledge and capacity to relate to large numbers of people both professional and non–professional are the reason we contract him again and again. Andrew has an engaging and sense of humour, which allows him to draw in and interest his audience. We also believe Andrew is now very aware of our culture and our objectives and he is able to deliver addresses to large or small audiences within an appropriate contextual framework. We have been very satisfied with Andrew's contribution to our health and well–being program and look forward to a long and successful working relationship with him.
Ernst & Young