When Jeremiah traveled across the country to learn how to row and take his moonshot at Olympic glory, the Canadians were the defending Olympic rowing champions. By the time he earned an opportunity to compete, the team had fallen to ranking seventh in the world. With the unique perspective of an outsider who joined the team at its lowest point in decades, Jeremiah takes audiences through the dramatic turnaround that saw the team climb back onto the podium.

Ripe with lessons on the psychology of performance, and how to maintain great results, and combining real organizational applications as a business leader, Jeremiah masterfully articulates the key difference-makers that helped a rebuilding team row its way back to the podium.

Jeremiah was a smash hit! He tailored his material to our audience so that it was a perfect fit.

Gerard Seijts, Director
Ivey Leadership Institute

Attendees gain:

Learn the phases of trust-building within teams

Takeaway highly actionable tactics to accelerate team bonding

The surprisingly counterintuitive approach to getting more out of your team

Learn how to command respect for any vision or strategic plan

Olympic methods for maintaining consistent, focused, output

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Jeremiah’s story was fantastic for our annual leadership forum. It was a story of true perseverance, resilience, and fighting through in pursuit of a very high goal. It’s a great human interest story, but even better as it relates to being part of a leadership team. It’s about understanding what it takes to change, adapt, fighting through roadblocks, and never giving up from the pursuit of your goal. Jeremiah is a very engaging speaker who really connected with our people. I highly recommend him!

Mike Mosher
President and CEO, Fortis Alberta

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