About the Event

During this ConnecTALKS, Natalia will be talking about how SPIRIT helped her row 9000 miles across the Pacific Ocean and how it can help you and your teams navigate work challenges, your personal life and the COVID-19 waters. Natalia will inspire us to push through their self-limiting mental boundaries, talking resilience, mindset and dealing with change.

When & Where

14 - 14

Global
Global

Agenda

Thursday, 14th May

ConnecTALKS: Live and Lead with SPIRIT | Lessons from the Ocean

Duration: 1 hour

Location: Global

Natalia Cohen has over 15 years' experience of living and working in over 70 countries. She has a broad range of professional experience within the travel industry however she is best known for being part of a team of women (the Coxless Crew) who set two world records and gained an international following rowing unsupported across the Pacific Ocean.

This was a journey of just under 9000 miles from San Francisco, USA to Cairns, Australia in a 29ft ocean rowing boat.

The expedition was not only a challenge of extreme conditions and perseverance but also a journey within to better understand the strength of the human spirit, the importance of being aligned with your values, developing mental resilience, the diversity within a team and enjoying the journey.

Natalia has a deep understanding of the power of transformational travel and a strong passion for people, psychology, adventure, movement and wellbeing.

Although she may have crossed her literal Pacific, we all have our own Pacific to cross.

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