Miles Hilton-Barber has been blind for over twenty-five years but has not let that stop him from challenging barriers. He is an exceptional storyteller and corporate motivational speaker. He has set numerous world records and he uses these experiences as an adventurer to motivate and to inspire others to achieve their potential.
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Dame Stephanie Shirley is a highly successful entrepreneur turned ardent philanthropist. She was appointed the first British Government’s Honorary Ambassador for Philanthropy in 2009. Dame Shirley provides her audience with an inspirational insight into her own personal life and the important role philanthropy plays in making a difference to local charities. A much in demand keynote speaker at international conferences.
Dame Stella Rimington former Director General of the Security Service (MI5) has proven capability of gathering intelligence whilst balancing risk and security. Her absorbing experiences delivered in a straightforward, friendly and humorous way make for tremendous business analogies for corporate audiences to draw from. The relationship between leadership and management is explored and strategies that can be successfully applied to the ever-changing work environment are unveiled.
Bertrand Piccard is one of Europe’s most sought-after motivational speakers, applying his ballooning experience to discuss motivation, adventurous spirit and the psychology of communication and team-working along with the management of stress and the unknown.
Dr. Bertrand Piccard was born on March 1st 1958 in Switzerland into a family of explorers and scientists. He seemed to be predestined to perpetuate one of the greatest family adventures of the 20th century. This scientist-adventurer, psychiatrist and aeronaut combines science and adventure to explore the human soul.
Christine Ockrent a highly experienced professional and media commentator has a wealth of national and international experience in broadcasting and journalism. An excellent communicator with an astute insight into the effects of global economics and politics she is able to use her experience to advise and guide decision makers in corporate organisations.
David is one of Ireland’s most respected commentators, beginning his career as the youngest economic advisor in the Maastrict Treaty negotiation team, to becoming Ireland’s best selling non-fiction author. As Irelands leading economist he is a regular contributor radio and TV on the current economic trends, he currently writes a column for the Sunday Business Post and the Irish Independent and author of the Best Selling book ‘The Popes Children’ – a unique and brilliant survey of Ireland today. Most recently David has brought economics to the national theatre with his one-man-show “Outsiders” – a unique partnership with the Abbey Theatre.