After a professional career in New Zealand, Australia and Asia with a management consultancy firm, Jamie led the culture and training of 6000 Rugby World Cup volunteers in 2011. Outside his business career, Jamie has walked unaided to the South Pole, captained rowing crews against Cambridge and Oxford Universities during his management degrees, and holds the world record for rowing 5000km across the Atlantic Ocean.
“Jamie had the perfect balance of experience, inspiration, practical tools and group interaction. The audience said he’s the best we’ve ever had!”
Jamie has also walked the length of New Zealand with hundreds of at-risk teenagers and hosts the TV documentary series First Crossings and Intrepid New Zealand.
Having completed degrees in Management and Marketing and growing Inspiring Performance from the ground up, Jamie delivers a range of strategic, leadership and performance-based initiatives with organisations, government agencies and individuals around the world.
When he isn’t in the corporate jungle or up a mountain, Jamie with his wife Kate and their two kids enjoy time at a family farm in the Wairarapa.