Epic Leadership Lessons Learned in the Field
Shelli has coached >250 leaders from all walks of life and from throughout the U.S. in the last 10 years. In addition, she has guided many leaders on “Epic” wilderness adventures. She has learned so much from the many leaders she has worked with, from her wilderness adventures with them, and from her own life and work experiences. This presentation is an effort to share what Shelli considers to be some of the most important leadership lessons she has learned. The lessons are shared in the form of stunning imagery and wilderness stories.
Whether you ever go into the wilderness or not, these stories are metaphors for the skills leaders need in order to lead, and to live, an inspired life. Leaders will be inspired to discover more about themselves, to choose (and challenge) their mindset, to dare to go farther than they think they can, to enrich the relationships in their life, to lighten up and have some fun along the way, to celebrate the wins, to be all in when it comes to their life and leadership, and to live and lead with purpose and without regret.
The presentation “lights a fire” and inspires leaders to take stock of their life, their individual leadership, and their impact.
About Shelli Johnson
Shelli Johnson lives on the frontier of Wyoming, where she’s an entrepreneur, keynote presenter, life & leadership coach, leadership development facilitator, adventure guide, and writer. (Her office is a 120-year-old Wyoming Sheepherder’s wagon.)
In the last 10 years, Shelli has coached more than 230 individual leaders from all walks of life and from all parts of the U.S. These leaders range from CEOs who run global companies, entrepreneurs and business owners, marketing & sales VPs, leaders & managers, tech professionals, creative directors, engineers, architects, HR managers, writers, artists, teachers, and more.
In addition to coaching, Shelli has facilitated leadership development, and taken many men and women into the wilderness on guided “Epic Adventures” where leaders dare to go off-trail, climb mountains, experience “unplugged” Solitude, practice being courageous, gain confidence in their leadership, experience awe, develop humility, have fun, and return as more than they were before.