22 Jun Joseph MacInnis
Speaker: Joseph MacInnis
Medical doctor and one of the world’s foremost deep sea explorers
- Deep Leadership: The Quest for 21st Century Leadership
- Risk-Management Lessons: From the Titanic and Other Deep-Sea Challenges
- Success: When Your Life Depends on it
- Deep, Dangerous Lives: Leadership Lessons from Deep-Sea and Space Explorers
In the silent underworld beneath the sea, Dr. and speaker Joseph MacInnis has made history as one of the world’s foremost explorers, innovative thinkers, and inspiring individuals. The first man to dive under the North Pole, a consultant to the Titanic discovery team, and the discoverer of the world’s most northern shipwreck, he has led or participated in more than 50 major undersea expeditions and logged more time inside the Arctic Ocean than any other scientist. These explorations and experiences have led MacInnis to become one of the premier adventure speakers in the industry.
As a speaker Joseph MacInnis shares the values including courage, communication, and teamwork that enhance performance under the ocean and in the corporate world. Dr. MacInnis’ keynote presentations include dramatic footage from James Cameron’s film. Drawing on compelling examples he provides an inspirational framework on how to deal with the challenge of sudden change. Using a combination of wit, humor and scientific acumen he tailors his insights to the theme of your meeting, making him a relevant and indispensable resource for your audience.
As a physician, Joseph MacInnis has spent 20 years studying human performance in high-risk environments and his work with decompression helped to make deep-sea dives in cold oceans possible.
Deep Leadership: The Quest for 21st Century Leadership
In his presentation, Joseph MacInnis describes mission-critical moments managing complex technologies in lethal environments, and how they reveal essential traits of leadership. He uses dramatic video clips to take audiences on a perilous journey under the ocean and into space. Meet scientists who use $20 million research submarines to explore the abyssal ocean and astronauts who orbit the earth at 28,000 km per hour, constructing the international space station. To perform effectively they’ve become masters of collaboration who exhibit strategic imagination, fierce ingenuity, high-empathy communication, team genius, physical toughness, mental resilience and resolute courage. Filled with practical information, this presentation illuminates eight leadership traits and steps needed to acquire them.
Risk-Management Lessons: From the Titanic and Other Deep-Sea Challenges
Success: When Your Life Depends on it
Deep, Dangerous Lives: Leadership Lessons from Deep-Sea and Space Explorers