- Adrian Hayes is a British record-breaking adventurer, documentary presenter, author, consultant and sustainability campaigner.
- He is an ambassador for economic, social and environmental sustainability, and a patron of the Population Matters and CHASE Africa charities, amongst other causes.
- He has trekked to both Poles, summitted Everest and K2, crossed the length of Greenland and the Arabian Desert,
- Has set two Guinness World Records for Polar expeditions; Three Poles, trekking to the North Pole, South Pole and summiting Mt Everest and; longest journey in Arctic history.
- Featured in documentaries: The Greenland Quest and Footsteps of Thesiger.
- Author of Footsteps of Thesiger and One Man’s Climb: A Journey of Trauma, Tragedy and Triumph on K2. His third book, on human development and society, will be published in 2021.
- The real art of teamwork
- Maximizing potential, performance and results – You, your team, your company
- Everyone can be a leader
- To the Ends of the Earth
- K2 – The tragedy and the triumph
- Sustainability – The universal truths
- Achieving your own Everests
- Risk and reward
Than you very much. Everyone had a great time and Adrian is a fantastic speaker. His achievements are so credible that he just needs to present and people will be impressed.
Abu Dhabi Islamic Bank
Just wanted to take this opportunity to thank you on behalf of the whole team for your fascinating and inspiring presentation during our sales conference. The feedback from the team was very good as was evident from the number of questions asked. Your presentation showed us what can be achieved if we are prepared to step outside our comfort zone.
Johnson & Johnson (Middle East)
I have only heard really good feedback from this event. The general message is that people really enjoyed themselves and I have already overheard conversations in the corridors centred around comfort - stretch and panic zones! Personally I greatly enjoyed meeting Adrian and I admire him for his ability to engage the audience.
WOW! Thanks for making our Eastern Hemisphere gathering memorable and valuable. As discussed in our preliminary meetings our objective was to insure our people went away feeling the day spent with you was a good investment of their time. That goal was certainly accomplished. A number of our senior executives commented that not only was the day interesting and inspiring with tales about your adventures, but it also helped us to identify and begin to come to grips with some issues that may be holding us back. There was a universal agreement that you did not just 'go through the motions' but that you had put a good deal of time into preparing to work with us on our specific issues.