Is your team stuck at base camp?
Challenges in life are inevitable: being defeated is optional. At just 26, Alex Staniforth is already an expert in overcoming challenges and forging a path through adversity, having survived the two biggest disasters in Mount Everest history as a teenager.
However, his biggest challenges have been much closer to home, suffering with epilepsy, stammering, bullying and mental ill health since childhood. Alex is a now a record-breaking adventurer, published author, charity founder and motivational keynote speaker on resilience and mental well-being, across the UK and internationally.
Alex offers a unique vulnerability to the typically invulnerable world of extreme adventure and high performance, sharing a human side and mental health journey which others can connect and relate to their own challenges; whatever the context.
Through lived experience, insights and practical tools, Alex can help your team build the resilience and tools to:
- Discover the opportunities within adversity
- Maintain motivation during periods of high stress and uncertainty
- Proactively manage their well-being and prevent burnout
- Re-define success and overcome their fear of failure
- Encourage authentic conversations to build an open mental health culture
Alex has already helped teams at Rolls-Royce Submarines, Bank of America, Shoosmiths, FedEx, Smurfit Kappa, Reckitt Benckiser, Heineken and the NHS build the tools to embrace challenges and put well-being first. Can you afford not to?
Alex’s most popular themes and topics include:
- Mental Resilience
- Overcoming Adversity
- Growth Mindset
- Mental Health & Wellbeing
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?
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