Adventurers Taking Global Corporate Motivation By Storm

Adventurers Taking Global Corporate Motivation By Storm
James Whittle and Tom Caulfield, also known as The Tempest Two, are sharing lessons learnt from adventuring the world becoming the go-to speakers to empower, motivate and inspire audiences within the workplace.

The insightful pair encourage audiences to achieve a desired goal after just one session proving that ordinary people can do extraordinary things. Whether focusing on a promotion at work, training for a marathon or writing a book, The Tempest Two see no goal as impossible.

Connecting with the experiences of company employees, both positive and negative, The Tempest Two use their own experiences adventuring to deliver lessons learnt through keynote speeches. Modern day office culture brings higher workloads, time demands and staff turnover. The Tempest Two uses their speaking platform to link audience motivations, goals and happiness to reconnect them with their workplace.

There are no gold medals or raw talent, just two friends who tore up the rule book and represent the possibilities of the everyday person. Founders James Whittle and Tom Caulfield help eradicate the word ‘can’t’ from peoples vocabulary, and alter their mindset to realise their own potential. The friends left their jobs in 2015 to row 3,000 unaided across the Atlantic Ocean with the shared goal to show that ordinary people can do extraordinary things.

Tom Caulfield, Co-Founder of The Tempest Two says, “It’s been fascinating working with a variety of big-name brands and corporate audiences. While the internal challenges differ we enjoy bringing a fresh approach to each client. We truly believe ordinary people can do extraordinary things.” Caulfield continues, “For us, the culture of a company is the people within it and how they feel when they walk through the door each day. The purpose felt by every employee as well as the collective behaviour of the wider group.”

Co-Founder James Whittle says, “We use our lessons learnt from adventure to disrupt the modern day workplace mindset. The results are clear to see, and we hope to add a fresh perspective into the workforce of our clients. Outside your comfort zone is where the magic happens.”

The Tempest Two’s speaking points are chosen on their ability to be actionable immediately by companies to establish a happy, motivated and productive workforce thus thriving business. Topics include; finding motivation, goal setting, changing habits, mindset, teamwork, self-belief, communication and trust. 

The Tempest Two, founded in 2016, is made up of James Whittle and Tom Caulfield. UK based Caulfield and Whittle speak on global platforms to corporate audiences at brands including airbnb, Waitrose, Nike, Natwest, Bacardi, Dropbox, Tesco and Red Bull. 

The Tempest Two also founded the future of work event Dose London. The pair’s next adventure is rock climbing El Capitan in Yosemite National Park, USA in 2019. 

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