Are your team stuck at base camp?
Bouncing back is no longer enough to keep us ahead in the post-pandemic world. Uncertainty and fear have left many stuck in survival mode, and threatened their well-being more than ever. Whilst weathering these unknowns, businesses face the challenge of maintaining high performance and protecting their most important asset – their people.
At just 25, Alex Staniforth is no stranger to adversity and confronting challenges, having survived the two biggest disasters in Mount Everest history as a teenager. Through the lens of adventure, ultra-endurance and mental ill health, Alex shares his strategies through inspirational presentations to help teams:
• Build the tools to stay resilient and productive during crisis and periods of high stress
• Proactively manage their physical and mental well-being
• Redefine success to take advantage of adversity and achieve the extraordinary
• Maintain motivation and performance when the goal posts are shifting
With the rising costs of mental ill health and burnout – can you afford not to?
Alex’s most popular themes and topics include:
- Building personal resilience
- Taking advantage of adversity
- Overcoming fear of failure
- Mental health and wellbeing
- Managing change and uncertainty
Alex can especially relate to millennials and the challenges they face in the workplace. With an unassuming and relatable style, Alex delivers his expertise through inspirational keynote presentations – live, virtually and hybrid. These interactive sessions are always tailored to your objectives, but are typically 30-60 minutes with exclusive media and Q&A discussion.
Why book Alex?
“Sometimes the approach to mental health within organisations as big and cumbersome as ours can feel a bit of a tick box, superficial exercise, but your sessions felt very different, very real, very humble and very authentic. In my view, you will have made a difference that is much bigger than you may think or ever know” – Chris Mead, Chief Supt. Cambridgeshire Police“We have invited Alex to speak to our managers at our Open Leadership programmes on numerous occasions. His story offers a refreshing take on resilient leadership, delivered in an engaging and unassuming way that our team can relate to the challenges within their own roles.” – Trudy Rush, HR Director, Smurfit Kappa“The universal feedback from all delegates was that the session was inspirational, stunning, awesome and engaging delivered by a stand-out speaker. We cannot underestimate the messages delivered or their embodiment in determination to continue in the face of setbacks” – Peter Batty, Chairman, SASCAL Conference“This young man has a special charisma, he tells his incredible story in an unassuming and simple way that captures the imagination and inspires action” – Sophie Beardsall, Acting MD, Melton Foods“Alex’s preparation for the presentation was meticulous, he customised his presentation to my need, message, and audience. The timing was good, the message was brilliant and the whole team were captivated with his story. The message of overcoming obstacles to still come out on top was simply thrilling” – Dan Hallett, VP Health & Hygiene, Reckitt Benckiser“Thank you for sharing your story with us today, I found it deeply moving, thought provoking, helpful and humbling. Keep up the good work in speaking out about mental health” –‘Futureproof’ Conference, The Personal Finance Society“Told with humility and humour, Alex’s story of resilience and persistence in the face of adversity gave us all a renewed sense of motivation to overcome the barriers that are present in our work and home lives.” – Stephen Deadman, National Association of Hospital Education“It was wonderful for us all to know that we are not alone when we experience similar feelings that we all certainly do. You were mesmerising. You could have heard a pin drop.” – International School of Geneva“You have definitely inspired me to keep looking at everything that happens in a positive way. Every experience is a learning experience!” BOSS Federation ‘Leaders of the Future’ Conference