- Jahan Kalantar regularly appears on radio, television and in print to discuss complex legal issues and the impact they have on society.
- His firm has acted for some of the most well known cases in the criminal Courts including acting for alleged terrorists, arsonists and murders.
- Was awarded new member of the year for 2020 by Entrepreneurs Organisation Sydney for his outstanding commitment to business and growth.
- Has delivered keynotes both locally and internationally at conferences with diverse participants including lawyers, physicians and freshman university students.
- Recently completed a series of workshops on resilience for numerous Technology companies throughout the USA including S&P 500 companies.
- A perfect apology in three steps, Tedx Sydney in 2018, was complemented as one of the best speakers in the cohort.
- The art of saying sorry and thank you
This Keynote teaches the practical framework for saying sorry and thank you properly to achieve the best results in interpersonal communication. It explains why they matter and how you can improve.
- Resilience 101
This keynote talks about the journey of various clients in the law and the experiences that they had, how they build resilience and how others can build resilience.
- Adaptive leadership
How do you learn to be a leader in a quickly changing world. How do you lead people beneath you, beside you and above you. This keynote explains that process.
Having seen Jahan run a number of workshops and also present at events, I can highly commend his ability to keep audiences captivated and engaged. He has a profound ability to convey intricate or complex information and back it up by asking people the right questions to improve their knowledge and understanding.
Anspired Protective IT Solutions
Jahan was the keynote speaker at our monthly “All Hands” meeting. We have a very diverse global team. Jahan was eloquent and engaging. A natural storyteller, he skillfully weaved the theme of resilience and mindfulness into his presentation. I gauge his success by the number of times that his talk is referred to in meetings by team members. On that basis, it was greatly impactful, as we still make references to it months later.