Mike's workshop material can be delivered in keynote format of 40 to 90 minute duration. 

Mike is passionate about “leaving a trail of raving fans”. He likes to really get inside and understand each client. He'll customise his presentation to suit the purpose of the event, give the audience a great experience, and the outcomes that are important to event organisers.

With more than 20 years of expertise, Mike has a comprehensive collection of content in the areas of:

  • Dealing with uncertainty

  • Listening

  • Building rapport

  • Asking great questions

  • Personal resilience

  • Handling change

  • Stress

  • Transitions

Also check out the workshop pages or give Mike a call to discuss your event requirements.

With personal stories and an engaging, interactive style, Mike's clients find him refreshing, motivational and inspiring.

Contact Mike to discuss your specific keynote requirements and dates:

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Feedback from our delegates has been very positive. During the lunch keynote, Mike was able to engage, inform and entertain the large group present, a big ask given that this was the end of three days of conference.

Mike’s stories had strong relevance to our business, without trying to teach us to ‘suck eggs’.
— Ian Anderson, President WAPPA
Mike is an engaging and interesting speaker with unique content drawn from his life and career experience as well as his many interests.

Any speaker who can tell me what to do in a survival situation when there is a dead camel in the water hole and can also get corporate male executives talking about their feelings is okay in my books.

When Mike speaks people listen, they learn, and they think of life a little differently for it.
— Susana Broughton
Mike House is a world-class presenter! Mike recently delivered a presentation for the National Speakers Association of Australia (WA Chapter). His presentation was nothing short of superb. Mike is an engaging, authentic and sharp presenter. His personal stories and humorous delivery captured the heart and mind of all who came to hear him speak.
— Paula Smith, Past President NSAA