The best explorers challenge the norm, push the boundaries of what is possible, and motivate others through their inspirational stories. They are shining examples of how to overcome physical and mental barriers with great fortitude to achieve the seemingly unachievable.
Using award-winning photographs and video, these modern storytellers share adventures from the field. Reporting on a wide range of human-interest and conservation topics, their keynotes offer relevant leadership lessons and management insights for the business community.
Here are six memorable speakers who translate lessons learned in the great outdoors into new rules and behaviours for the office and boardroom.
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Ann Daniels: First woman in history to reach the North and South Poles as part of an all women team, who motivates women to achieve in the workplace.
Rob Lilwall: Hong Kong-based TV adventurer for National Geographic, famed for his three-year 30,000 mile “Cycling Home From Siberia” expedition.
Leon McCarron: Specialist of long distance, human powered expeditions, film-maker and best-selling author of “The Road Headed West” (2014).
Paul Niel : Social entrepreneur, active angel investor, futurist and adventurer who has summited the highest mountain on every continent.
Charlie Walker: Award-winning travel writer who shares lessons learnt from his inspirational 43,000 mile cycle through Europe, Africa and Asia.
Levison Wood: Former Officer in the British Parachute Regiment, journalist and explorer who undertook a world-first expedition to walk the length of the River Nile.