Sandy Hennis

Sandy Hennis is part of the record breaking Ice Maiden team, the first all female team to ski coast to coast across Antarctica using muscle power alone, covering 1704 Km in 61 Days. She has led teams in a variety of environments and believes in pushing herself and helping others to achieve their full potential.



Lachlan Bucknall

Senior Associate

Lachlan is a highly experienced leader who has been operating in some of the worlds most challenging and remote environments for over 15 years as an army officer, expedition leader and as a ski and mountaineering instructor. With this varied experience he is highly adept at developing people both in leadership and team member roles.


Adam Conlon

Adam is a former Army Officer with experience of leading soldiers on extraordinary missions across uncharted areas of Afghanistan. His adventures continued after the Army leading a team to assist with the disaster response effort in the Caribbean in wake of the recent hurricane devastation. He feels privileged to be able to share not only his excitement of the extraordinary places he has been to but the extraordinary behaviours of the people he has led and uses these experiences to help others develop.


Laura Penhaul

Laura is a role model to men and women having led the first all-female team to row the Pacific Ocean setting 2 world records, rowing nearly 9,000nm in 9 months. She fully understands the importance of honesty, integrity and resilience when building high performance teams. She is also incredibly gifted at understanding the importance of supporting individuals to achieve team goals.


Andy Grant

Andy served in Iraq and Afghanistan before becoming medically discharged due to an IED attack. Since then, Andy has lived each day like it was his last: He has broken the world record 10km speed for a single leg amputee, and has recently been selected to join the Adaptive Grand Slam team - the first disabled team in history aiming to summit the highest mountain on each continent and walk to the North and South Poles.