Rex Pemberton keynote speaker
- Creating and maintaining a powerful culture
- How to build trust quickly
- Identifying complex layers of risk & re-defining it
- Innovation to stay ahead of the competition
- The importance of clear and compelling vision
- Transformation in competitive environments
Rex Pemberton is the founder of Evolve Meetings. His keynote speaking and facilitation experience spans 15 years, multiple cultures and all seven continents. Rex is a specialist in educating teams on creating a clear vision, building powerful cultures, thriving in transformation and leveraging innovation to stay ahead of the competition.
Consistently the top-rated speaker, Rex shares insights and inspires audiences through his accessibility and storytelling expertise. Rex address thousands of business leaders each year at world class organizations and major conference events. His client list includes top Australian, US and global businesses such as Hewlett Packard Enterprise, Dell EMC, Panasonic, Commonwealth Bank, UBS, Fidelity International, Seagate Technologies and Genentech.
Rex is one of few people in the world to reach the peak of their sport in multiple disciplines, not just one. At the age of 21, Rex made history by becoming the youngest Australian to climb Mt. Everest. He then went on to climb the highest mountain on each of the seven continents, the famous seven summits and was the third youngest person in the world to achieve this remarkable feat.
The next chapter of Rex’s evolution occurred high above the clouds, as he took up skydiving, and then transitioned to wingsuit flying. Transforming from being an expert in one sport to a beginner in another is a significant challenge. Despite all odds, Rex rose to the top of the wingsuit world and now competes at the world championships.
He evolves constantly, setting stretched targets, leading high-performance teams, balancing risk with reward and constantly innovating to stay ahead of the competition.
Originally from Sydney, Australia, Rex is now based in San Francisco, California.
Peabody-Award winning journalist & NBC/MSNBC correspondent
Former Disney Animator