Famous active extreme mountaineer - bestselling author
Thomas Bubendorfer is the world’s foremost solo climber – the most elite group of athletes in the world. To succeed this requires mental and physical conditioning, detailed planning and preparation and the ability to take calculated risks. He shares his extensive experience and insights with the largest companies world-wide.
He also is a very successful author of bestsellers (one in China), and brand ambassador of well-known companies like Rolex, Siemens, Sony or Porsche, and since 1984 as keynote speaker.
In 1983, at 21 years of age, Thomas joined the elite inner circle of solo climbers with a record climb of the highest and hardest face of the Alps - The Eiger North Face in Switzerland, a record unbroken to this day. Since that time he has been one of the dominating personalities of alpine solo climbing.
Thomas offers audiences an in-depth look at the skills required to become the greatest free climber in the world. He carefully explains how to apply these skills in a business environment and to
Thomas is also an accomplished speaker in four languages. His breathtaking presentations are filled with examples of his incredible adventures and entertain and inspire audiences from around the globe.
Two terrible crises (mountain accidents) and how he overcame them distinguish him from other successful people. Each time he managed most difficult tours after the accidents - despite permanent physical limitations and to the amazement of the doctors.
Authentically and encouragingly he deals with the most serious crises, what their various causes are and, above all, what we should learn from them and what we should change.
In addition to the topics of crisis and change, he is concerned with the intelligent management of human resources and energy (keyword: burn-out, the cause of his accident in 2017). It is a crucial topic for him in today's over-complex economic world.
Bubendorfer: "Everything I know, the mountains have taught me".
He presents in German, English, French and Italian.