Loading content ...
Keynote speaker Joe MacInnis is a physician, motivational speaker, author and explorer. He has led or participated in more than 50 major undersea expeditions – including his dive to the Titanic. He has spoken to hundreds of fortune 500 audiences in North America, Europe and the Far East. MacInnis shares his leadership insights from high-risk environments.
Want to know more about the speaker? Our consultants are ready to provide you expert advice and information about the speaker.
Dr. Joe MacInnis is a physician-scientist and author who studies leadership in high-risk environments—deep leadership —and how its components are able to make us better leaders.
He has led ten research expeditions under the ice of the Arctic Ocean, worked with scientists two miles under the Atlantic and Pacific and spent time with astronauts who built the International Space Station. Supported by the Canadian Forces, he went to Afghanistan to interview soldiers fighting the Taliban.
In 2012, MacInnis was the electronic journalist and backup physician for James Cameron’s DEEPSEA CHALLENGE expedition. During the thirteen dives, including Cameron’s epic,
seven-mile descent into the Challenger Deep, he kept a daily journal and took video and still photographs. His journal was on the National Geographic website www.deepseachallenge.com
As a motivational speaker, MacInnis has delivered keynote presentations on leadership to General Electric, IBM, Microsoft, and the US Naval Academy. The author of ten books, his
research has earned him six honorary degrees and Canada’s highest honor, the Order of Canada.
Keynote by Speaker Joe MacInnis