Postmaster Corrie Campbell has news for you and your company.
Change is unthreatening and refreshing. You can do it and you can lead your people through it. For a “speaker” with a difference, ask Corrie to address your gathering.
Key Messages are:
- Change can be unthreatening and refreshing
- Change cannot be forced, but needs to be addressed consistently and urgently
- The complex art of listening requires a focus on the unheard sounds: the subtext of a situation
- Stereotypes are useful, because they enable us to categorize and understand the world. But pigeonholing is unfair and breeds prejudice
- Positive inter-group relations occur only with equal status; common goal focus and co-operative interdependence
“Postmaster Corrie Campbell is a truly remarkable South African, an entertaining speaker with a powerful message on transformation. He is living proof that there is real hope for all South Africans. His story is real, unique and very funny. He will become a legend in South Africa.”
Peter Laburn, Managing Director: Insurance Operations, Liberty Group
“Corrie carries stealth bomber-like humour. I laughed a lot during the show and then thought a lot afterwards.”
Tholi Ngwenya, Group Planning Director: Lobedu Communications Group
“Postmaster Corrie Campbell creates a unique opportunity for South Africans to value who they are and what they can achieve. The ‘keynote address’ shares some of the most powerful psychological principles that can be used by organisations and individuals to deal effectively with diversity and change.”
Dr J F Strydom (Psychologist)
“I think it is great because it covers all the areas it needs to cover and most importantly in a very humorous way. The fact that audience/people learn/absorb more when they relate the learning with an incident, you presentation does that and it will be easy for the majority of people to remember your message. The corrector you have chosen “the post man” relates to a number of communities as a result it will be accepted in all communities. The humour and jokes are local and will be easily understood.”
Refiloe Serote; Organisation Development Consultant
“DuPont recognises the fact that organisational change is one of the most daunting issues facing new economy organisations today. The conventional approaches of trying to get people to willingly embrace change (both internally and externally) have limited usefulness in an environment in which change happens on a daily basis. We at DuPont have taken a different approach – Corrie Campbell. He has been able to enter the minds and hearts of his audience in a way that makes understanding and embracing organisational and personal change a very humourous yet sobering experience. The learnings that Corrie shares with his audiences about the need for change come across in such a subtle yet effective way. The laughter that is generated is truly contagious and stimulates the right environment for the audience to appreciate these subtle learnings.” HIGHLY RECOMMENDED!”
Andrew Deale, Business Manager: DuPont South Africa
I believe your show was a great success and hit exactly the right spot at our conference on the theme of “Transformation”. Most delegates commented that the show was one of the highlights of the conference and clearly, the underlying message did not go unnoticed. I think your show would go down extremely well as part of a Corporate Training event to illustrate the issues of Transformation in a non-threatening way. My congratulations to you on a job well done and thank you for supporting our conference.
Mr Adam Samie: IISA President
………. After you stop laughing, the message sinks in.
Andrew de Beer: FNB Corporate
We had a PA meeting last night (Corrie Campbell should have attended!!) and I thought I would let you know that everyone raved about the evening. Those that weren’t there have asked if we can put the show on again and are very sorry to have missed it. Those who were there had nothing but rave reviews and thoroughly enjoyed the evening. It is always nice to hear positive comments. WE LOVED THE SHOW!!
Margie Langschmidt, Chairperson: ‘The Ridge School” PA