In the past, you would run an event and bring everyone together to hear and interact with Rachael Robertson. These days – we are virtual, on-line and working remotely and Rachael is is ready to go when you are, with 3 options to sustain, maintain and inspire your team through your own long, tough Antarctic winter.
Build and maintain momentum – this is the key to keeping your team inspired through extended periods of remote working and to keep them focused and productive. Celebrate short term wins, remind them that great work today will set us up for the future. Inspire them and give them the tools to be happy and productive.
Rachael has a state-of-the art, in house, broadcast studio loaded with professional gear to ensure that the production values of your event exceed your expectations and complement her outstanding content and style. Take a look at her virtual keynote showreel below to learn more:
Rachael Robertson (CSP, MBA) is a former Antarctic expedition leader, Chief Ranger and leader with 20 years “real leadership” experience. She presents with great humour, humility and passion to audiences that value her practical, no-nonsense approach. No matter the event, Rachael will leave your audience inspired, challenged and equip to take the next step in their leadership journey.
Leading an Antarctic expedition, coordinating media during the Black Saturday bushfire event and leading teams through turmoil all required extreme leadership and the ability to inspire through tough times. As Rachael reveals using incredible and often hilarious examples, these events demanded big leadership in small moments, because it’s the small moments that build momentum.
As only the second female to lead a team at Davis Station she managed a diverse group of up to 120 people, through total isolation, months of darkness, with no way in and no way out. It was a leadership laboratory in the most extreme and hostile environment on Earth, where most of the theory doesn’t apply.
For the last six years Rachael has been sharing her insights and practical advice to business leaders around the world.
Some quick facts about Rachael:
- Rachael is the most booked female speaker in the Asia-Pacific region
- Prior to leading an expedition to Antarctica she had 15 years corporate leadership experience
- She was just the 2nd Female Antarctic expedition leader to Davis Station
- At 32, she was Victoria’s youngest ever Chief Ranger
- Rachael has worked with more than 500 organizations around the globe
Rachael‘s keynotes are:
- Leading on the Edge: Life, love and leadership in Antarctica
- Leading on the Edge: Edge Leadership
- Leading on the Edge: Edge Teams
- Leading on the Edge: Remote and Dangerous!
- Edge Moments