Specialisms: Men's Mental Health, Burnout, Resilience, Imposter Syndrome and Decision Making
Andrew Pain is a professional and TEDx speaker, podcaster and award-winning campaigner, on a mission to create decisive and resilient communities, where; a) psychological safety is the norm, b) the tragic number of suicide victims is reduced to zero and c) communities of people work cohesively as allies.
Serving diverse clients, from Amazon to Specsavers, Public Health Wales to leading Universities, local colleges and secondary schools, Andrew is also a father to 5, including 3 boys under 11 (which means he’s a triage nurse, war zone reporter, peace negotiator, tutor, cook, cleaner and bribery expert. It also means his daily Fitbit step count is NEVER less than 15K.)
Andrew leads in his work on men's mental health and his podcast, Men on Show, celebrates the stories of everyday men doing amazing things, whilst also exploring their opinions on modern masculinity, the challenge of Andrew Tait, why men and boys are struggling and how to help them be the best version of themselves.
Andrew is a successful TEDx speaker, whose talk, 'Domestic Abuse: not a gender issue' has been viewed over 125k times on YouTube and explores his lived experiences of domestic abuse, as well as the wider challenges faced by male survivors.
Andrew passionately believes that the key to tackling domestic abuse, is active allyship, where men and women understand each others challenges and stand shoulder to shoulder in addressing them.
Aside from his men's mental health work, Andrew delivers keynote talks on:
Imposter Syndrome (how to process negative feedback as the recipient)
Critical Decision Making
Mastery of Time
He is a hugely relatable speaker, delivering in an energetic and down-to-earth style, exploring tough topics (men’s mental health, suicide, domestic abuse, toxic masculinity, gender division) with a frank yet upbeat and optimistic approach.
Andrew is passionate about sharing fresh insight and practical strategies for progress, which people won’t have already heard many times before. Whether he is talking about men’s mental health, burnout, decision making, imposter syndrome or domestic abuse, Andrew delivers ‘refreshingly different’ and it’s something which stands him out as a speaker.
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
We’ve had some amazing feedback from last week’s webinar and 100% satisfaction. Thank you so much! Sue Hurrell - Specialist Event Planning - Chartered Institute of Management Accountants