Speaking

Keynote Speaking

Our leadership team are experienced, engaging and motivating public speakers.

Collectively, we have delivered keynote presentations to over 20,000 people across the world – from local level grassroot sporting clubs and Year 12 Graduation Ceremonies, right through to the Sydney Opera House and the United Nations.

Powerful and inspiring, these 45-minute presentations educate, entertain and inspire audiences.

Topics:

  • What does it mean to ‘be a man’ in the 21st century?
  • Rites of passage: from boy to man psychology
  • The truth about youth
  • The power of vulnerability
  • Men engaging in gender equality
  • Dealing with peer pressure
  • Developing a growth mindset
“Hunter Johnson was the keynote presenter at the 5th National Student Leadership Summit held at St Peter's College - Adelaide. A highly gifted facilitator Hunter's engaging approach meant that he connected with a genuinely diverse audience of school leaders from government, Catholic and independent schools from across Australia challenging them to consider big questions school leaders must face. Hunter was able to quickly create and build a culture of trust which enabled the leaders present to reflect on their own leadership and how the plan to build teams.”- Mathew A. White PhD - Director, Wellbeing & Positive Education at St Peter's College - Adelaide
“The Man Cave were an invaluable contribution to our conference. Hunter and Jamin’s ability to diffuse energy and enthusiasm to the audience within minutes of taking the stage was remarkable and reflected their passion to make a sustainable change in young men’s perceptions of masculinity. It is this passion, combined with their seamless, engaging workshops, that will make a long-term and significant impact on young men as they transition into adulthood.”- Paula Teggelove - Director of ProPsych & 2017 Mental Health in Schools Conference
It was my absolute privilege to recently hear Jamin talk about the work of The Man Cave. Jamin is a natural speaker with a relaxed and engaging manner. To me, what set Jamin apart was his authentic storytelling, drawing on deeply personal but illustrative stories from his own life. His obvious passion left a lasting impact. Jamin's was one of the most memorable talks I've heard for a while, and I could not recommend him more.- Dr Lara Werbeloff – Manager of Strategic Initiatives, Monash University