Yossi Ghinsberg is a master storyteller with an epic story to share. Lost and alone in the midst of the Amazon rainforest for three weeks, he not only survived, he found new meaning for his life and work. The author of the international bestseller ‘Jungle’, now a major motion picture starring Daniel Radcliffe (“Harry Potter”), Yossi was recently rated as one of the top ten speakers in the business. As a gifted storyteller, Yossi has developed a keynote topic designed to inspire and sow seeds of growth and positive transformation in the minds and hearts of corporate audiences. Each of Yossi’s messages are wrapped in riveting original stories of adventure and resilience. Yossi recounts his tales and life-learnings with transparent authenticity so that audiences feel as if they are right there with him. Years of experience as a business keynote speaker have found Yossi before audiences of all sizes and from across a wide variety of industries. He is just as comfortable speaking on stage in front of thousands of people as he is in a more intimate boardroom setting with a dozen executives. Over the years, Yossi has shared the stage with many of the world’s eminent public speakers, most memorably Wayne Dyer, Richard Branson and Bill Clinton.
Yossi’s ‘Amazon Survival Skills for Business’ is a mesmerizing storytelling session that will keep audiences riveted to the edge of their seats. However, this total absorption facilitates also a deep learning experience. Yossi’s counter-intuitive insights will expand horizons, open new dimensions and facilitates new possibilities.
What can be learnt from a man who survived against all the odds in the Amazon Jungle?
Yossi Ghinsberg is a master storyteller with an epic story to share. Lost alone in the midst of the Amazon rainforest for three weeks, he not only survived, he found new meaning for his life and work. The author of the international bestseller ‘Jungle’ , now a major motion picture starring Daniel Radcliffe, Yossi was recently rated as one of the top ten speakers in the business.
His survival skills for business are designed to shift your attendees’ perspective and inspire them to always assume responsibility, taking their game to the next level. His energy is contagious – his insights mind-bending and counter-intuitive.
In many industries, the rapid rate of change employees are facing during the global pandemic can leave people feeling as though they are lost in the wilderness. Something Yossi Ghinsberg has experienced firsthand. After a tragic separation from his friends, Yossi was lost alone for weeks in the heart of the Amazon with no food or defenses, in the midst of one of the worst rainy season for decades. Yossi translates his own lessons of survival – where every single moment left him at the mercy of the jungle, and his ability to adapt fast to the changing circumstances literally meant the difference between life and death – into effective strategies for those experiencing change in the work environment. This keynote presentation is based on the international bestseller ‘Jungle’, now also a documentary produced by the Discovery Channel and a feature film directed by Greg McLean and starring Daniel Radcliffe. From this unique presentation audiences will…
“Yossi was a hit. People enjoyed talking with him when he went to our events.”
“Many people have commented to me how moved they were by Yossi’s amazing story, by his honesty, humility and the courage he showed us by sharing the impact his journey had on him as a human being. I am honored to have met Yossi and to have had the privilege of creating, through him, a profound experience for the audience.”
“The entire YPO crowd was amazed with Yossi during the cocktail hour. Everyone went into the conversations looking to discuss “The Jungle”, but were taken through a web of interesting events/stories that he went through during his life after the jungle. I then had the luxury of sitting next to Yossi at dinner and watched as he connected with people around the table. As for speech, he had a line of 35 members and spouses waiting for him to sign his book and ask follow up questions. That is really saying something for this group. They are not easily impressed.”
“Yossi was the highest-rated speaker at the Auckland Symposium, with an incredible 6.6 rating on CoreNet’s standard seven-point scale.”