Teamwork to the Ends of the Earth
The next event in our Leaders in Business Lunch Series features British Record-breaking adventurer, leadership and team coach & consultant, author and speaker, Adrian Hayes as he presents his story of conquering the extremes of the planet – and the criticality of having fully functioning high performance teams to do so.
WHAT TO EXPECT
In this visually stunning presentation, Adrian will present the realities of such expeditions as trekking two months to the North Pole, skiing the length of Greenland and summitting K2. And, whilst de-bunking 'teambuilding days' as a waste of time, give some real lessons, tools and techniques on creating a high performance team in the workplace.
Adrian will also be signing copies of his new book One Man's Climb following the presentation.
Our Leaders in Business Lunches are special events inclusive of a three-course lunch served at the Shangri-la Hotel.
With special thanks to our Leaders in Business Lunch Series Partner, St. James's Place Wealth Management Asia.
Adrian Hayes is a British record-breaking adventurer, author, keynote speaker, leadership and team consultant & coach, documentary presenter and sustainability campaigner. An Arabic and Nepalese speaking former British Army Gurkha Officer, who also spent two years in the Special Forces, he has conquered Everest, K2, the North and South Poles, the length of Greenland by kite-ski and the Arabian Desert by camel amidst a lifetime of adventure, setting two Guinness World Records, writing two books, and featuring in three documentaries to date.
One of the few extreme adventurers in the world with a senior corporate background – including six years as an Airbus Middle East Sales Director – Adrian is now an internationally acclaimed keynote speaker and professional leadership and team consultant & coach, delivering speeches, seminars, and programs worldwide.
He is also an Advisory Board member for the European Mars One project. He has featured in three documentaries: The Greenland Quest in 2011 for the National Geographic Channel, Footsteps of Thesiger in 2013 and In Inner Mongolia in 2017 for the Discovery Channel, and is now an establishing television and documentary presenter.
His first book, Footsteps of Thesiger, an account of his 44-day journey across the Arabian Desert, was published in 2013. His second book, One Man's Climb: A Journey of Trauma, Tragedy and Triumph on K2, was published in 2019.
Record Breaking Adventurer & Author
President at British Chamber of Commerce Singapore
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