Conrad Humphreys, Triple round the world yachtsman and motivational speaker
Conrad is an exceptionally talented motivational speaker and storyteller who uses the richness of his experiences to captivate his audience. He helps organisations get the best from their people by creating the right culture and has developed a leadership tool-kit for aspiring leaders to support their personal development.
Conrad takes a lot of pride in his delivery and works with every client to tailor his speech. He is also very happy to spend time with his audiences responding to questions and sharing his tactics. His presentations are brought to life with fantastic imagery and include the following key themes.
“As a business leader it is rare to hear about an experience which offers not only a wealth of learning and insight but manages to reach each listener in a uniquely personal way. Conrad Humphreys is a joy and inspiration to listen to. It was a privilege to hear him speak.”
Hanif Lalani Chief Executive BT Northern Ireland
Creating a culture for success
Leadership lessons from winning the world’s toughest yacht race
Do you need to know how to gain commitment and cultivate a winning mindset in your team? How do you inspire confidence and energise your team in turbulent times? Conrad led the winning team in the BT Global Challenge and shares the lessons he learnt as the skipper of Team LG which was also the subject of the renowned business publication “Inspiring Leadership, Staying afloat in turbulent times”.
Develop yourself: Are you equipped to lead?
Personal development stories from the Vendée Globe
Conrad’s remarkable story of the Vendée Globe is one of courage, determination and triumph that will enthral and inspire all who hear it. Discover how he built trust in his remote team to be able to manage risk and develop the resilience and resourcefulness to deal with a number of potential race ending challenges. “Are you equipped to lead” is a popular keynote focusing on the personal attributes that business leaders need to become and stay successful.
The Art of Followship – How to be a great No. 2
Leadership can be a lonely place, particularly during tough times.
Trust must be earned everyday so that when it’s needed, your actions count. Good leaders need great followers. People that can have influence without authority. This was one of the key factors during LG’s winning campaign of the BT Global Challenge and we saw this in the England team during the 2003 Rugby World Cup. Conrad argues that instilling a culture of followship in your organisation is critical to success.
“Conrad gave a very effective, thought provoking presentation on the challenges faced by his team and the leadership style necessary to achieve results and bring the crew through their adventure to ultimately win the world's toughest yacht race. Highly recommended.”
- Leanne MiddletonEuroclear Group
"Conrad's presentation was inspiring! His approach to leadership sets an example we should all aspire to and made me remember all the things I know that I should do to build high performing teams. A highly motivated individual, Conrad's passion and enthusiasm are infectious."
- Lord Digby JonesHouse of Lords
Inspirational, challenging, professional - Conrad asks questions of us all and takes those less fortunate to better places whilst engaging with those who are fortunate enough to help
- Paul Sewell, Managing DirectorSewell Group
“Conrad was truly inspiring and left each and every participant mesmerised, both through his stories and style. We would recommend him for any motivational event.”
- Ian McMullanManaging Director, Group Insurance, Canada Life
"Truly engaging, inspiring and uplifting. Conrad was able to weave Canada Life's business themes throughout and wonderfully complemented my messages on the day"
- LEK Consulting
“Conrad was inspirational… his messages were clearly articulated. The challenges he has faced on the oceans provided a great metaphor for our business conditions”
Mutiny Speaking Tour
27th March 2017: University of Exeter, Exeter SOLD OUT
29th March 2017: Plymouth University, Sherwell Building, Plymouth SOLD OUT
03rd April 2017: Royal Geographical Society, Kensington, London, FRGS MEMBERS ONLY
26th April 2017: National Maritime Museum, Falmouth SOLD OUT
17th May 2017: Clothworkers Hall, City of London, FRGS MEMBERS ONLY
22th Sept 2017: Mount Kelly, Tavistock, Devon