Shane is an incredibly entertaining and engaging speaker, emcee, presenter and performer. With a strong record of achieving results – he brings to the stage boundless energy, enthusiasm, and large servings of funny and relatable stories and humour to keep your crowd engaged while they learn from him. Through story and relatable content, Shane really makes sure that your audience learns while having a fantastic time.
Listen to his recent guest podcast appearances:
Life (Un)Closeted – Apple Podcasts – Stitcher
40 Plus: Real Men Real Talk – Apple Podcasts – Spotify
As an active contributor to Policing Insight in the United Kingdom and possessing over 30 years of knowledge and experience in policing, teaching, IT, business ownership, change management as well as performing and directing live theatre, Shane knows what it takes to lead, work in many and varied cultures and spark creativity in all of us. He has an enormous depth of knowledge to pass on to your delegates.Get Shane’s Guide to learn How to Tell Your Story
Actively involved in the Performing Arts community, Shane has undertaken lead roles in many sell-out productions. These include One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest and Dial M for Murder. He has also directed several equally successful shows including A Few Good Men and The 39 Steps. Shane is a mentor to other actors and performers. He delivers workshops on presentation skills and vocal and acting techniques. He is also actively involved in theatre production specifically, play selection, marketing, promotion, lighting, sound and front of house.
His specific areas of expertise include:
- Professional Speaking and Emcee Work
- Corporate Characters & Entertainment
- Character Acting & Performance
- Tactical Communication
He is a highly skilled communicator specifically in respect of negotiation, mediation and workshop facilitation. 26 years of policing experience including operating as a qualified prosecutor, investigator, and lecturer, Shane can tackle any event. With degrees in Education, Training and postgraduate qualifications in Management, he has consulted to the Queensland Police Service Education and Training Command in respect of curriculum and educational design.