Malcolm enjoys bringing humour, energy and great learning wherever he goes.
He is a Corporate Comedian, Speaker, Facilitator and MC, who for the last 16 years he has been engaging National audiences and making them laugh with his range of comic characters, Hoaxes, amusing and insightful key note addresses and high-spirited skills as a Master of Ceremonies.
He is the recent author of Ninja Dad - a pregnancy and baby survival guide for men and also worked as a Social Worker for many years but has recovered from that traumatic experience!
Malcolm has worked with people from across the board - Teachers, Economists, Scientists, The Mining Industry, Real Estate Agents, AFL footballers, Unionists, Environmentalists and even a Funeral Service.
He has been MC-ing events for 17 years, from Conferences and Conventions to award nights and product launches. He has been called upon to keep large crowds informed, energised and entertained as well as reigning in raucous audiences and simply keeping them under control and on time.
Malcolm will professionally facilitate your event, introduce speakers, announce award winners and ensure delegates are fully engaged to what is happening. He will do his utmost to make your event a complete success.
A matter of Laugh or Death - 5 ways to keep your sanity and humour under pressure.
There's an old saying that if you don't laugh you go mad.
So it's crucial we learn to laugh now, before we get to the slightly crazy stage.
For example, what drives you crazy at work and in your life and what are you going to do about it?
Change jobs, increase your medication or face it head on and learn how to laugh your way to sanity?
If you are looking for a speaker who will bring humour, energy, and great learning to your next event, then you are in the right place.
In this presentation Malcolm explains how we can stay healthy, deal with those things that drive us crazy and all the while laugh our way to good health.
A matter of Laugh or Death is engaging, humorous and honest.
Oh and furthermore, Laughter:
- Has a significant positive impact on our physical and mental wellbeing
- Improves workplace and personal relationships
- Lowers blood pressure and improves memory and cognitive function
- Keeps us fit - One minute of laughter is the equivalent of 10 minutes on a rowing machine
- And finally laughter relieves depression, boosts the immune system and best of all, laughter has no harmful side effects