Rob Redenbach explores leadership from a perspective that crosses industries and demographics.
In addition to working with the bodyguard team of Nelson Mandela in South Africa, Rob has taken part in drug raids with the FBI in Los Angeles, taught his own system of defensive tactics to the British SAS and provided risk management services to aid-workers in Iraq and Afghanistan.
Corporate executives, paramedics, project managers, professional educators and small business owners are just some of the clients who have benefited from his leadership and resilience strategies. As a keynote speaker and a workshop facilitator, one of the hallmarks of his approach is that he never uses PowerPoint. Instead, he uses humour and hard facts to provoke thought and initiate change.
His proven ability to engage diverse audiences has seen him present at hundreds of major conferences, including the inaugural Global Leadership Summit in Singapore – the largest gathering of CEOs in the world at that time. He has also been featured in a range of media outlets, including the ABC, Sky News Business and the Financial Review.
Influenced by Kaizen (Japanese for continuous improvement), Rob has completed Executive Education at Harvard, studied dispute resolution at Bond University and been awarded a Master of Arts (with Distinction) from Charles Sturt University.
Some of the organisations Rob Redenbach has worked with include: