Ann Daniels is a fighter, a leader, an explorer and a truly captivating presenter. She has been recognized by the Guinness book of records and received several awards for her impressive yet dangerous expeditions in the world’s most inhospitable environments. Through her talks, she illustrates the importance of good leadership and emphasizes the essentiality of teamwork.
Ann Daniels is a respected figure in the world of adventuring, earning her the title of Britain’s leading female explorer. The world record holder has led many teams to success in the most difficult conditions on earth. The North Pole is considered to be the hardest journey of all, with less than 70 expeditions reaching the pole since Peary’s first claim in 1909. So when Ann became the first woman ever to ski to the poles with an all-women team in 2002, she positioned herself as one of the most fearless, dedicated adventurers in modern history.
As a speaker, Daniels offers an unbeatable insight into elite mental and physical resilience. She explores strategies of peak performance, and takes her audience on a journey with her, from one end of the Earth to the other. She is well versed and aware of the importance of a positive attitude in the most difficult circumstances. As a Polar guide and the only leader of all 3 Catlin Arctic surveys, she is living proof that good leadership counts and does make a difference to the success of a team.