Adam kreek is a corporate trainer, olympic medalist, adventurer and social entrepreneur. Adam uses his personal story to show audiences their own undiscovered excellence. He shares practiced and science-based strategies that allow individuals to put their newfound inspiration to work.
"You row an ocean by taking one stroke at a time. You build a business by solving one problem at a time. Make forward progress on inch at a time. Inch by inch. Repeat!" says Adam Kreek. The former professional sportsman won over 60 medals, including 43 gold medals during his active career. In 2013, Adam Kreek made the first ever attempt to row unsupported across the Atlantic Ocean from Africa to America, the subject of the NBC Dateline Documentary, Capsized.
Holding a degree in Geotechnical Engineering and Hydrology from Stanford, Adam now Chairs the Board or Directors of Greasecycle, a Biodiesel start-up company on Vancouver Island. Furthermore, Adam is a freelance journalist with CBC Sports; in his columns he shares health and wellness strategies for peak performance. Adam Kreek is also a champion of the Canadian Men's Health Foundation, and organization dedicated to bettering health through science-based strategies.
In his Corporate Trainings, Adam Kreek teaches strategies of high performance to clients globally. He offers practical, powerful and transformative teaching on Personal Leadership and effective Teamwork that result in changed perspectives, behaviours and ultimately, revitalized organizational culture. His engaging and humorous speaking style leaves the audience with a long -lasting impression and fosters empowerment.