Going Knowingly into the Unknown – preparing businesses and leaders for a complex and dynamic future.
Extreme Adventurer and Adventure Psychologist Paula Reid and World Record sailor Alex Alley have spoken at company events and conferences for over 15 years, inspiring their audiences to achieve more. Now they have teamed up together to deliver a brand-new series of talks – Going Knowingly into the Unknown. Using their experiences of extreme adventure and not only surviving, but thriving against the odds, as well as drawing on the latest academic research – they are now sharing their tips and tools; showing audiences how they too can Thrive in challenging circumstances.
Never has this been more relevant than in today’s fast changing and uncertain world. Nobody knows what the future holds, but you can prepare for it. Many people are talking about surviving, but Alex and Paula know that you can Thrive if you have the right mindset, language and attitude for the adventure ahead.
Why have one speaker when you can have two and prepare to Go Knowingly into the Unknown.
We are experiencing challenging times and the world has never been more volatile and uncertain. We need to adapt, to get evolutionary fit for this VUCA age (Volatile, Uncertain, Complex and Ambiguous). Yes, surviving is important, but where is the role modelling, leadership, bravery, strength and determination to thrive?
Hence the need for Adventure Psychology.
Most businesses will be familiar with Sports Psychology which is about peak performance in fixed conditions. In comparison, Adventure Psychology brings the beneficial mindset of adventuring, building flexibility, resilience and enduring performance in business. It gives individuals the mental capacity and tools to anticipate, and then lead and perform in challenging and uncertain conditions, in context and under pressure.
Adventure Psychology – Going Knowingly into the Unknown™
For more information on Paula Reid and Alex Alley as individual speakers please do have a look at their blogs. For any more information on this talk please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call us on 020 8854 7247.