Men of Honour

MALE BY BIRTH. MAN BY CHOICE.

Answering boys’ most pressing questions

 

Presented by renowned school speaker Glen Gerreyn, the Men of Honour presentation delves deep into all the hard questions and shows teen boys what it means to be a ‘real man’. 

Students learn: 

✓ WHY THE DEFINITION OF MASCULINITY HAS BECOME SO COMPLEX

✓ THE PREVAILING MYTHS THAT ARE HOLDING TEEN BOYS BACK

✓ WHY BEING A ‘GOOD MAN’ DOESN’T MEAN ACTING LIKE A GIRL

✓ WHAT RESPECTFUL RELATIONSHIPS REALLY LOOK LIKE

✓ THAT THEY’RE NOT THE ONLY ONE STRUGGLING TO DEAL WITH TABOO TOPICS THAT NOBODY SEEMS TO BE TALKING ABOUT

This informative, funny and frank presentation has been delivered over 1000 times to teen boys across Australia, showing them how to navigate the complex landscape of masculinity and become the man they want to be. 

Availability for Glen Gerreyn’s sought-after Men of Honour presentation is limited and booking ahead is essential. 

Attendance is strictly boys-only! 

TESTIMONIALS

“I’m just sending this to thank you for your Men of Honour talk. You inspired me to get my act together nutritionally and physically, I brought out my old weight set and started training again. I also adopted the one junk food day and have already bought some protein bars to replace some un-healthy snacks. Thank you so much, you really helped me get my life back on track.”

YEAR 10 STUDENT ORMISTON COLLEGE

“I listened to your presentation Men of Honour and it has yet to escape my train of thought; it’s safe to say I was incredibly inspired. As a young teenager, I watched a lot of p+rn+graphy, in fact too much, and I rarely went to breakfast. Although these were regrettable actions each and every day, they were habits I couldn’t kick. Your presentation gave me the realisation that these habits are getting in the way of me being successful. It has been seven days since your seminar and I have eaten breakfast at 7.30am each day, and that will continue. I also haven’t watched pornography, and I refuse to do again. I feel great, I feel energetic during the day and I have no guilt from an immature habit I once saw as a necessity.”

YEAR 12 BOARDER

“I attended your Men of Honour seminar yesterday at the school. Your words spoke deeply to many of the students that were there. I just wanted to say thank-you for opening my eyes to so many different decisions and actions that I can now undertake and strongly pursue.”

YEAR 9 STUDENT EPPING BOYS HIGH SCHOOL

“Thanks a lot for your talk to all the boys. It was a really encouraging message and your story is a true inspiration to us guys. From my mates’ feedback so far it looks like they are planning on changing around their lifestyles, addictions and priorities.”

YEAR 10 STUDENT

“As a dad with three boys I want to thank you for this presentation. In 12 years of playing professional football we have heard a ton of motivational speakers. Nothing was as meaningful as this”

NYC HEAD COACH CANBERRA RAIDERS

“I’m just sending this to thank you for your Men of Honour talk. You inspired me to get my act together nutritionally and physically, I brought out my old weight set and started training again. I also adopted the one junk food day and have already bought some protein bars to replace some un-healthy snacks. Thank you so much, you really helped me get my life back on track.”

YEAR 10 STUDENT OAKHILL GRAMMAR

“During your presentation I realised my best mate sitting next to me had his parents split and he and his younger brother were being raised by their mum. He told me afterwards how much he got out of your presentation and how he was completely engaged in your words. I thought of my good mate next to me and I was inspired to just spend time with him maybe on the weekends. You also spoke about channeling your testosterone and managing your emotions, my way of doing both of those is to go for a fish. Fishing relaxes me, calms me down and takes all the negative emotions out of me. When I go hiking up beautiful creeks with my best mates, to just spend a day with them out doing something is awesome. Thanks for the amazing presentation  and the inspiration you have given me.”

YEAR 9 STUDENT GOOD COUNSEL COLLEGE, INNISFAIL

“The ‘Men of Honour’ presentation was a huge hit with our year 9, 10 and 11 students. Even the most disengaged boys found Glen engaging and inspirational. His presentation was meaningful and relevant, and Glen was able to connect with these young men on a personal and emotional level. We don’t often receive feedback in regards to presentations, especially from parents. However, we were contacted by several of our parents congratulating us on organising a presentation that was so positive, that their sons came home eager to discuss it.”

HEAD TEACHER WELLBEING CAMDEN HIGH SCHOOL

“In the past year since you were last at our school I’ve made a few major changes in my life, I used to be unfit and very unmotivated but I’ve become the complete opposite. I started CrossFit, got a job and joined the leadership team at school. What you say is relevant to each and every one of our lives.Thank you so much for doing what you do and guiding so many young boys into manhood.”

YEAR 12 STUDENT, TRINITY COLLEGE, GLADSTONE

“Glen presented the Men of Honour program to our year 9 boys today. With-out any doubt he was the most engaging and inspiring speaker we have had at Loyola in my time at the college. His ability to connect with students at their level while imparting so many life lessons about becoming an honourable man was constructed carefully and executed skilfully.”

WELLBEING AND PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT COORDINATOR LOYOLA COLLEGE

“You captivated the attention of our Year 10 students. They were completely absorbed and inspired to make positive and practical changes to their lives. Subsequently we had a group of students form a support group aimed to maintain a healthy diet. The boys described Glen’s presentation as ‘awesome’, indicating that the seminar ‘Men of Honour’ met our objectives of assisting young men to reflect on their decisions about the way they lead their lives. This is a powerful presentation that does in fact change the lives of young men.”

PSYCHOLOGIST, MELBOURNE GRAMMAR

“As a mum of a teenage boy who attended your session I just wanted to say thank you. The impact you had on my son was profound. The conversation we shared last night was open, honest and rooted in deep respect and understanding for the content you delivered. Many thanks for what you bring into the lives of these young people.”

PARENT SACRED HEART COLLEGE, SOUTH AUSTRALIA

“I just wanted to reach out to you to say thank you for this morning, I throughly enjoyed it and I learnt a lot of good life lessons I can carry with me to become the best man I can be. I completely understand the fact that we haven’t properly met before but you have changed the way I view life already and I am truly grateful for it. It’s been a couple months since I started going back to my psychologist and I am starting to feel better mentally once again. Thank you for your talk once again and i hope I am able to thank you in person one day in the future.

YEAR 10 STUDENT, LINDISFARNE ANGLICAN GRAMMAR SCHOOL

Thank you for being a father figure for me (and possibly others within the audience), for outlining and providing a larger grasp of what the future can behold, for demonstrating, using your own experiences, ways to ‘pick’ yourself up, and for providing me conviction and determination to seek what I hope to achieve one day, something I hope I will uncover in the near future.”

YEAR 12 STUDENT ST IGNATIUS COLLEGE RIVERVIEW

“My son has ADHD and he is very hard to keep still. He came home and told me that he could have listened to you for hours and he thought what you talked about was so cool. And I found out from Mr S that he did sit and listen attentively through the whole talk. Amazing. It was great that he heard these things from a man. His father won’t do it so I end up talking with him about those things so it was wonderful that he could hear it from another male.”

PARENT SOUTHPORT HIGH SCHOOL

“I found your presentation to be exceptional and of a very high standard. I have seen the “Maestro” Anthony Robbins speak before and found his presentation to be great though yours more engaging and emotive. I particularly enjoyed the Men of Honour idea as I believe that male youth have lost their way somewhat in just what it means to be a MAN. Thank-you for coming to our school and addressing both student and staff, it was superb.”

EDUCATOR SOUTHPORT HIGH SCHOOL

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SCHOOL YRS 10–12, TERTIARY

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