As one of New Zealand’s most sought after management consultants and keynote speakers, Jamie is a modern-day pioneer, and has helped thousands of people around the globe bridge the gap between strategy, leadership and a high-performance culture.
In 2007 Jamie become the first ever Kiwi to reach the South Pole unsupported on foot with fellow adventurer Kevin Biggar, creating worldwide media attention as they implemented a ‘business-like’ approach to their 52-day expedition. Jamie also holds the world record for crossing the 5000km Atlantic Ocean in a tiny row boat, and has held various management roles in a range of industries.
He is currently the CEO of Inspiring Performance. Jamie’s leadership and ‘performance-through-people’ approach to his consulting and adventures has helped thousands of people achieve more.