Andrew Pain

Motivational Mental Health Speaker, Podcaster and lived-experience survivor of domestic violence, talking about; men’s mental health, burnout, imposter syndrome, resilience and domestic abuse.
FEE : £1k – £3k+
Virtual: £1k-£3k
In-person: £1k-£3k

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Andrew is a TEDx / Keynote speaker, on a mission to foster decisive and resilient communities of people, where psychological safety is the norm, where the tragic numbers of people who die by suicide is reduced to zero, and where diverse groups of people truly support each other as allies. 

Working recently with varied organisations such as; Lloyds Bank, Amazon, Specsavers, Crown Prosecution Service, Public Health Wales, Yorkshire Ambulance Service, University of Liverpool etc, Andrew is an energetic and down to earth speaker, delivering insightful talks which:

  • Safeguard the wellbeing of overstretched, organisational leaders, so they can deliver on their responsibilities and aspirations, but without burning out.
  • Create decisive and resilient communities of people.
  • Identify and break the stigmas which prevent men from being the best version of themselves.
  • Create psychologically safe working environments, where people are inspired to talk openly and without fear.

 

Accredited by and member of the International Coaching Federation (ICF) Andrew is also a member of the Professional Speaker’s Association (PSA) and International Stress Management Association (ISMA) Andrew is also a podcaster whose popular new podcast, ‘Men on Show’, celebrates the stories of men doing amazing things, whilst exploring their views on modern masculinity, the issue of Andrew Tate, why men and boys are struggling and how to help men and boys thrive.

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Andrew also has a secondary speaking niche, talking specifically about domestic abuse and gender unity, sharing his lived experience of domestic abuse, as well as the wider challenges society faces in tackling domestic abuse, including;

-How to spot the signs of domestic abuse.
-How people fall into abusive relationships and why they stay.
-The reality of gaslighting,
-How to support all victims of domestic abuse.
-How to tackle gender bias.
-How to develop strong boundaries which protect us at home and at work.

Andrew is also a proud dad to 3 boys under 11, which means he’s a triage nurse, war reporter, peace negotiator, tutor, cook, cleaner, taxi driver, football coach, personal encyclopedia, bribery and blackmailing expert and unappreciated fashion consultant. It also means his daily Fitbit step count is never less than 15k.

Featured Topics Include:

1
Men’s mental health:

 

  • Why are men and boys struggling? 
  • How do we help men and boys to be the best version of themselves? 
  • Toxic masculinity: as a phrase is it a bridge builder or wall builder? 
  • Why do modern buzzwords such as, psychological safety, allyship, intersectionality, gamma bias and beta bias matter and how do we effectively deliver on them in the working environment? 
  • Why is testosterone misunderstood and why is it so important for male physical and mental health? 
  • How do we redefine masculinity, so it’s fit for the 21st century.  
2
How to stop burnout and make work/life balance a reality not a utopia
  • What is burnout? 
  • Is burnout simply a working hazard or combination of work/home pressures? 
  • How do we spot the signs and triggers of burnout? 
  • How do we look out for one another more effectively in the working environment? 
  • Other than the obvious things, what else can we in our own homes and spaces to safeguard our physical and mental wellbeing? 
  • Is it really possible, to get more done without getting busier or burnt out? (And if so, how do you do it?) 
3
Imposter Syndrome
  • What are the two types of imposter syndrome which no one is talking about and how are they both similar and different? 
  • What causes imposter syndrome and where did the term from? 
  • How do you tackle imposter syndrome, so you can beat it once and for all? 
  • How do you process negative feedback when you’re the recipient of that feedback and there’s no sugar coating or silver lining (and it’s hit you for six)?
4
Domestic abuse and gender equality
  • What does the latest research say about perpetrators and victims? 
  • How do we spot the signs of an abusive relationship early? 
  • How do people fall into abusive relationships? 
  • Why do people stay in abusive relationships? 
  • What is gaslighting and how do we deal with it?
  • What is life, like for people post-abuse? 
  • How do we look out for one another in the workplace
5
Time to Talk
  • How to practically deliver allyship and psychological safety in busy/virtual/high pressure work places.
  • How to break down cliques.
  • How to create inclusive community.
  • The problem with stereotypes (from all angles ... gender, age, cultural)
1
Men’s mental health:

 

  • Why are men and boys struggling? 
  • How do we help men and boys to be the best version of themselves? 
  • Toxic masculinity: as a phrase is it a bridge builder or wall builder? 
  • Why do modern buzzwords such as, psychological safety, allyship, intersectionality, gamma bias and beta bias matter and how do we effectively deliver on them in the working environment? 
  • Why is testosterone misunderstood and why is it so important for male physical and mental health? 
  • How do we redefine masculinity, so it’s fit for the 21st century.  
2
How to stop burnout and make work/life balance a reality not a utopia
  • What is burnout? 
  • Is burnout simply a working hazard or combination of work/home pressures? 
  • How do we spot the signs and triggers of burnout? 
  • How do we look out for one another more effectively in the working environment? 
  • Other than the obvious things, what else can we in our own homes and spaces to safeguard our physical and mental wellbeing? 
  • Is it really possible, to get more done without getting busier or burnt out? (And if so, how do you do it?) 
3
Imposter Syndrome
  • What are the two types of imposter syndrome which no one is talking about and how are they both similar and different? 
  • What causes imposter syndrome and where did the term from? 
  • How do you tackle imposter syndrome, so you can beat it once and for all? 
  • How do you process negative feedback when you’re the recipient of that feedback and there’s no sugar coating or silver lining (and it’s hit you for six)?
4
Domestic abuse and gender equality
  • What does the latest research say about perpetrators and victims? 
  • How do we spot the signs of an abusive relationship early? 
  • How do people fall into abusive relationships? 
  • Why do people stay in abusive relationships? 
  • What is gaslighting and how do we deal with it?
  • What is life, like for people post-abuse? 
  • How do we look out for one another in the workplace
5
Time to Talk
  • How to practically deliver allyship and psychological safety in busy/virtual/high pressure work places.
  • How to break down cliques.
  • How to create inclusive community.
  • The problem with stereotypes (from all angles ... gender, age, cultural)
Individual-Speakers-Quote

Thank you so much for your burnout talk on Tuesday, it was brilliant and really set the tone for the rest of the conference with loads of engagement and discussion from the attendees.

Laura Daubney: Events Organiser for Women's Network Conference - Magnox Ltd

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Thank you for delivering such an exceptional webinar, it was incredibly informative, useful, interesting, you were so passionate, relatable and knowledgeable, you really did us proud, thank you!

Tracey Ellis - Organisational Development & Wellbeing Business Manager – Solihull Council

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