Cameron Brown speaks to audiences around the world on how to thrive in an ever changing world. Born and raised in outback Australia, Cameron Brown has turned his dream and passion for helping others into a socially conscious company that empowers people across the globe to make a greater impact.
Cameron is passionate about understanding human behavior, how it determines the way we treat ourselves, each other and the planet, and how we can each make conscious changes to the way we live our lives, to provide both humanity and our planet with a brighter future.
His global initiative, The Impact Diaries, resulted in living in 8 countries in 2017, speaking, coaching & training engagements across 3 continents, more than 1 million organic video views and media interviews in multiple countries.
Cameron loves coaching & training people in areas including high performance, creative thinking, sustainability and relationship development, and on stage, he blends these topics with LIVE music on a grand piano and film into a multi-sensory experience that leaves a lasting and memorable impact on the audience.
He delivers multi-sensory experiences on stage, blending education with storytelling videos and live music on a grand piano.
Our world is changing faster than ever. To deal with this, companies need a workforce that is fully engaged, high performing and adaptable to change. But 67% of employees in North America are still not engaged or actively disengaged at work, with actively disengaged employees cost $450 billion to $550 billion per year alone.
Cameron helps solve this by helping companies develop high performance teams, increasing innovation, employee engagement, emotional intelligence and adaptability to change.
He has been featured in the media in 7 different countries, his online videos have reached well over 1 million people in 195 countries, and he just returned from delivering the closing talk ‘What Future Are We Creating?’ at Italy’s largest TEDx event.
For the talk, Cameron showed how the purposeful use of technology can speed up and magnify our creativity, innovation and impact.
He worked with more than 80 strangers from 40 countries around the world in the lead up to the event (all through digital technology), creating an animated split screen music video that played while he performed the song ‘There Is Still Time‘ live on a grand piano during his talk.
In our fast-paced world, Cameron loves challenging what’s possible and helping people achieve their full potential. We each have the opportunity to leave a lasting legacy in this world and he believes in helping good people & companies do exactly that.