Over 24 years, he has worked with big and small businesses, government departments, local councils, professional associations and NGOs across Australia and overseas – with groups and audiences totaling hundreds of thousands of people.
He has trained state, federal and international police, including undercover officers, surveillance operatives, informant handlers, intel analysts and senior managers of serious crime – working with police from 40 countries.
Andrew is the author of three corporate books: THE LISTENING TALE, LOSE THE TEENAGE FACE and BULLSHIFT.
Clients who’ve engaged keynotes or workshops on BULLSHIFT have included: ASIO, HBF, Metcash, Bankwest, Woodside, BHP Billiton, Department of Finance and Deregulation, Australian Federal Police, Australian Tax Office, Horizon Power, Corruption and Crime Commission, VICPOL, Australian Institute of Building Surveyors, Australian Commercial Lawyers Association, Australian Institute of Company Directors, KPMG, Water Corporation, Apache Energy and the councils of Franklin, Bendigo, Stirling, Gosnells and Roebourne.
Andrew has won state and national songwriting awards and wrote, directed and produced a sold-out musical called WHAT A MAN’S GOTTA DO. He has played two seasons of the Melbourne International Comedy Festival and in 2012 took his one-man show on a national tour of 45 towns in five states.
Andrew Horabin delivers entertaining and engaging Bullshift keynotes and workshops that help people to get more openness, honesty and straight talk at work. We use comedy, stories, examples and exercises to get people laughing, talking and thinking together. And we draw on our considerable experience across all fields, trades and industries to work out what’s unique to each workplace and what’s the same everywhere you go. Each presentation is tailored for that audience and event. Tell us how shifting the bull will benefit your people and that’s what we’ll work toward. We're scheduled as the opener to get people fired up and set the scene, after lunch because we entertain and engage or to close the event so people go out on a high.