Bertrand Piccard: Around the World by Solar Plane Chris On July 26, 2016, Bertrand Piccard and his associate André Borschberg completed the first solar-powered flight around the world. Bertrand posits that adventure is a state of mind. His presentations challenge people to harness the direction of their business and work together as teams to make amazing things happen.
Dot Richardson: The First Home-run in Olympic Softball History
Since she was a little girl, Dot Richardson's dream was to become an Olympic Gold medalist. A baseball lover, Dot pursued a game she could publicly play--softball. After years of waiting for softball to become an Olympic sport, Dot became captain of the United States softball team in the 1996 Atlanta Games. Dot lived her dream, hit the first home run in Olympic softball history, and won the gold.
Alan Bean: The 4th Man on the Face of the Moon
When people are driven by a vision and a passion, they can accomplish great things. Alan Bean was the 4th man to walk on the face of the moon. His presentations recount his incredible journey and the great accomplishment that happened when thousands of people came together to make the vision of reaching the moon a reality.
Mike Abrashoff: From the Worst Navy Ship to the Best
When Mike Abrashoff took command of the USS Benfold, morale was low, turnover was high and performance ranked at the bottom of the Pacific Fleet. Twelve months later the ship was the benchmark for performance, the shining star...using the very same crew. Mike's presentations help leaders and teams take ownership and achieve great things together.