Constable Daryl Elliott Green was on a routine job when he was ambushed and TWICE SHOT in the face and shoulder. Despite critical injuries, he drew his firearm and began searching for the gunman. For his actions that night, Daryl received the Queensland Police Service ‘Valour Award’ and a ‘Group Bravery Citation’ from the Governor-General of Australia, Sir Peter Cosgrove. He was also featured on Australian Story.
Daryl’s real story however is not about the actual shooting or his subsequent accolades, it’s about the aftermath of this horrific incident and his arduous journey from despair to recovery.
Today Daryl draws on his experiences to create spellbinding keynotes and transformational workshops. He shares the lessons he’s learned giving individuals, teams and leaders truly transformative experiences.
People have said about TWICE SHOT talks …
‘One of the best presentations I’ve seen’ – Ian Chappell.
‘Helped to inspire our staff to accept and embrace change’ – Deputy Commissioner, Dough Smith, QFES
‘Incredible’, ‘dynamic’, ‘amazing’, ‘courageous’, ‘moving’, ‘powerful’, ‘inspiring’!