How can you fly your plane with your fuel tank near empty? Or when your autopilot is incapable of meeting the dynamic challenges at hand? What do you do when you’re feeling drained, uninspired, and just plain meh? Given that I’m a fighter pilot, you can probably guess what I am going to tell you to do.
As the first female F-14 Tomcat Fighter Pilot in the U.S. Navy, Carey Lohrenz is used to working in fast moving, dynamic environments where inconsistent execution can generate catastrophic results.
The same challenges are found in business: markets change, customer needs evolve and if you do not adapt quickly, your company is at risk.
In her motivating and engaging keynote presentations, Carey shares her fascinating experiences operating in one of the world’s most challenging environments – an aircraft carrier. She is uniquely qualified in the fundamentals of winning under pressure, reducing errors, and overcoming obstacles.
Her mastery of these fundamentals can help your team triumph in this high-risk, time-crunched world.
Her ability to connect with an audience and one-on-one, coupled with her knowledge and experience in leading high-performing, diverse teams, has made her highly sought after as a business consultant and leadership speaker.
Carey Lohrenz is the author two Wall Street Journal and USA Today bestsellers: “Fearless Leadership: High-Performance Lessons from the Flight Deck” and “Span of Control: What to do When You Are Under Pressure, Overwhelmed and Ready to Get What You Really Want“.
“An honor to meet Carey Lohrenz today at Dell World. I’m inspired by your story!”
Michael Dell, Founder and CEO of Dell
“I just wanted to let you know how wonderful it was to have Carey speak at our event last week! We were honored have Carey at our final executive education session for 2015. She is so down to earth, amazingly inspiring, and beyond engaging! She has the seamless ability to connect her military experience with leadership in the business world. As I’ve returned to the workplace more than one person has quoted her in various settings; from “80%” to ‘If you lose sight, you lose the fight’ and many others. I highly recommend her as a speaker and feel privileged to have met her! She Rocks – Go Fearless Leadership!”
Diane Krieger AVP, HR/L&D Bethpage Federal Credit Union
“Carey was AMAZING! So much of what she said resonated with our organization. Her story is inspiring, her message applies to everyone, and her ability to engage the audience with a story is great! Additionally, she is a true professional, easy to work with, and fully committed to making sure the client has a good experience… Thank you!”
Kirk Guthrie Executive Director, Talent, Saatchi & Saatchi,
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An F-14 fighter pilot’s top lessons for leading fearlessly and bringing a team to peak performance
Since leaving the Navy, she’s translated those lessons into a new field by helping top business leaders, from Fortune 500 executives to middle managers, supercharge their performance in today’s competitive business environments. In “Fearless Leadership,” Lohrenz walks you through the three fundamentals of real fearlessness–courage, tenacity, and integrity–and then reveals fearless leadership in action, offering advice on how to set a bold vision, bring the team together (as wingmen, not Top Gun mavericks), execute effectively, and stay resilient through hard times.
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You’ve likely experienced burnout at some point in your career—a sense that you are overwhelmed, struggling to feel a sense of professional accomplishment or efficacy, and lacking support and empathy from those around you. In the past couple of years, many of us have seen up close the symptoms of burnout in our colleagues, and may even have felt them ourselves: low energy or exhaustion or feeling negatively or disconnected from one’s job.
You already know about those typical responses to stress, exhaustion, and overwhelm called fight, flight, or freeze. In the first, your self-protection mechanisms activate to meet obstacles head on with an eye to overcoming or overpowering the stressors. In the second, your inclination to escape kicks in and quickly moves you away from stressful triggers.