Motivate and inspire your organization with lessons and stories from celebrated adventurer, author and one of the Army’s first women Apache helicopter pilots.
- Women in Business
Shannon Polson is a dynamic keynote speaker for corporate, business and social audiences across the nation. Drawing on experiences as one of the first women to fly Apache attack helicopters in the US Army (commanding a platoon in Bosnia and a company in Korea) and in the business world (MBA from the Tuck School and leadership at Guidant Corporation and Microsoft), as well as adventures on the world’s highest mountains and in remote wilderness (Alaska’s Denali and Arctic regions and Africa), Polson’s presentations use graphics and storytelling to inspire, inform and motivate companies, teams and individuals to be strong, effective and compassionate leaders, to find their own grit, and to live with passion.
LEADING FROM ANY SEAT: STORIES FROM THE APACHE COCKPIT
Polson informs, inspires and motivates your company, teams and individuals with stories from eight years firing the Apache helicopter and leading in both military and civilian settings. Her presentation will inspire your organization to reach its highest potential by empowering every employee to lead toward results. Using examples from her experience as one of the Army’s first women to fly the Apache attack helicopter and service in Bosnia and Korea, Polson will leave her audience with renewed passion, purpose and ideas to make a difference every day in the office.
HARNESSING THE POWER OF STORY: HOW NARRATIVE SHAPES OUR EXPERIENCE
Polson motivates and inspires your organization with examples from her experience in the Arctic wilderness and research on early women aviators, weaving together research on storytelling with corporate examples sure to give your employees ways to incorporate narrative in their professional and personal lives to reconnect with values and weather change.