Darren Lawrenson is rapidly becoming a sought after Public Speaker/Performance Coach. Appearing on television as an expert in Human Relations and Self Mastery, discussing topics on self esteem, goal setting and personal achievement he has gone from strength to strength. He appears bi-monthly as Performance/Life Coach in the North West Lifestyle Magazine and has been asked to speak at their Annual award ceremony in 2010. Darren has spoken across the UK at venues like the NEC, NIA, Wembley Conference Centre, and Harrogate Conference Centre speaking to over 15,000 delegates.
Darren’s background is in the Private Sector started in telesales moving into field sales, sales management moving on to become Sales Director and Managing Director. Darren’s ability to share tips, skills and absolute sure fire techniques for selling and getting results have seen him become a notable trainer and coach. With his clear focus on outcomes and the fact its “results” that count in the Private Sector Darren has an abundance of energy when it comes to driving towards end results and lives the motto “start with the end in mind”.
Darren set up a very successful sales company selling telecommunications in 2002 which he sold to BT local business in 2007. Darren’s business experience has proven invaluable when working with SME business allowing him to consult and coach on all aspects of business development, team development and sustaining business growth.
Darren’s work in the Public Sector has grown dramatically over the past 3 years, Coaching, Consulting and Facilitating workshops focus on improving Organisational and Personal Performance within the NHS, Government Agencies, Local and Regional Councils.
Darren focuses his attention on helping drive change through thinking and behaviour and works with Board members through to young adults who are just starting out. “Common sense isn’t always common practice”, Darren’s enthusiasm, excitement and passion and common sense approach allows delegates to take information and learning and to adopt this as their common practice allowing them to sustain long term shifts in performance and results.