The ‘World’s Great Living Explorer’ according to the Guinness Book of Records, Sir Ranulph Fiennes to talk to HR leaders about his life of breaking records at an exclusive Breakfast event at Claridge’s, London.
Sir Ranulph Fiennes has been confirmed today as keynote speaker for MHR’s exclusive HR Director’s meeting, to be held at Claridge’s on 12 June 2018.
After a childhood in South Africa, Ranulph returned to the UK to follow in his father’s tracks from Eton to the Royal Scots Grey regiment. He became the youngest Captain in the British Army.
He is the first person to receive from the Queen a double clasp medal to his Polar award, each of which acknowledges both Arctic and Antarctic achievements. Ranulph’s adventures have raised millions for various charities, earning him an OBE for Human Endeavour and Charitable Services. In 2009, he became the oldest person ever to summit Everest and cross both polar ice caps, aged 65, he made a staggering £6.2 million for Marie Curie on the way.
With a multitude of exhilarating experiences to regale audiences with, Ranulph’s motivational speeches are littered with thrilling anecdotes from times spent pushing the limits of human endurance. Able to educate audiences on how best to build a team, overcome adversity and handle pressure, Ranulph inspires the speaking circuit.
The high profile speakers that we secure for our exclusive meetings are all inspirational business leaders and experts in their field, and Sir Ranulph Fiennes is no exception. Coupled with the intimate style of our meetings, the HR Directors Club provides guests with a unique opportunity to share and gain insight from like-minded professionals, something that is held in high regard by all attendees and has created a loyal following of returning members.
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