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Navy SEAL Speakers
We regularly hear from clients who want to bring the energy and experiences of an elite Navy SEAL to their event. From keeping audiences engaged with heart-pounding stories, to moving groups to become the best version of themselves, our roster of Navy SEALs always delivers. Take a look:

fussellFor events focused on transforming your culture and becoming more agile, consider Chris Fussell
Chris is a Former Navy SEAL and a Managing Partner at the McChrystal Group. His new book, out last year, is called, One Mission: How Leaders Build a Team of Teams. It’s a roadmap for breaking down silos, increasing collaboration, skillfully implementing organizational change, and building a “team of teams.” It was named one of the top 3 books on leadership in 2017 by Strategy + Business and was on Forbes’ summer reading list.

scott mooreFor events focused on building no-fail teams, consider retired Rear Admiral Scott Moore
Moore who was the number two leader in the entire Navy SEAL organization. He shares incredible stories of missions (including how a SEAL team saved a hostage in the Horn of Africa against all odds) and hammers home that SEALs do the impossible by tapping into the three keys of no-fail teams: Strong leadership, demonstrated trust, and dedication to peak performance.

rob-1For high-energy, unbelievable stories from combat zones, consider Robert O’Neill
One of our nation’s most decorated veterans, Rob O’Neill is a former Navy SEAL Team Six leader. Rob participated in several our nation’s most-celebrated and remembered war missions. A gifted storyteller who shares gripping and heart-pounding stories from his time as a SEAL, Rob is also the New York Times best-selling author of The Operator: Firing the Shots that Killed Osama bin Laden and My Years as a SEAL Team Warrior. His speeches leave audiences inspired, stunned, and reflecting on what being a team player means.

olson For insights on the megatrends affecting global security, economics, and politics, consider
Admiral Eric Olson
A four-star admiral and Navy SEAL, Olson’s career is one of legend—he was the person responsible for preparing the most respected military units in the world, special operations forces, for missions abroad. Olson offers perspective on our changing world, encouraging his audiences to look at it in different ways. Presenting his view of “The World at Night,” he talks about where the challenges facing our nation come from and how are nation must rise to meet them.

eggers For a practical and thought-provoking look at leading through change, consider
Jeff Eggers
Jeff is a senior policy advisor, security professional, executive coach, and leadership consultant with more than 20 years experience leading high-performing teams for the White House, Department of Defense, and US Navy. He is currently Executive Director of the McChrystal Group Leadership Institute. Jeff presents a roadmap for leadership in an unpredictable world and leaves audiences with a better understanding of where they are today and where they need to go to get ahead.

cronin For a talk on building unstoppable teams, consider Curt Cronin
Curt, who deployed 13 times, retired from the Navy only to pursue an MBA from the London School of Economics and begin a highly-successful, global consulting career. Trained to maximize efficiency and be especially respectful of time, Curt tailors his speeches on leadership to the audience at hand. And his leadership pointers are far from hypothetical—they’re based on real-life experience and illustrated through anecdotes (including the true story of rescuing Captain Phillips).

rorke denver
For a look at how to “prepare your team for battle,” consider Rorke Denver
Commander Rorke T. Denver has run every phase of training for the U.S. Navy SEALs and led special-forces missions in the Middle East, Africa, Latin America and other international hot spots. He starred in the hit film Act of Valor, which is based on true SEAL adventures. His New York Times best-seller, Damn Few: Making the Modern SEAL Warrior, takes you inside his personal story and the fascinating, demanding SEAL training program he oversaw.

alden mills For a talk on creating a culture of success, on the battlefield or in business, consider
Alden Mills
Over the past 25 years of leading SEALs and businesses, Alden Mills has failed more times than he has succeeded. He used his lessons learned from dramatic failures to remarkable successes to create a process for succeeding. Based on his highly-regarded book, Be Unstoppable: The 8 Essential Actions to Succeed at Anything, Mills condenses his message down to the only two things that lead to success: actions and attitudes.

david silverman

For a speech that covers the power of culture, communication, and relationships, consider David Silverman
A graduate of the United States Naval Academy, David served in the US Navy as a SEAL Officer for 12 years. He is now the CEO and Founder of CrossLead. In dynamic presentations on leadership, he shows how modern warfare, business, and politics demand no-nonsense leadership that is as good at implementing change as talking about it. He addresses such key leadership principles including transparency and inclusion, and sharing a clear vision with everyone who must execute against it.

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