The Experience

How would your team benefit from re-exploring the origins of its performance?

The sport of alpine skiing is similar to business in both the variables and the variability of the ground of competition. U.S. Skiing and Snowboarding Hall of Famer and three-time Olympian Erik Schlopy joins you live – and explains the parallels you might find familiar between alpine skiing and your business.

In an interactive discussion, Erik will help you understand the origins of performance and innovation and skiing – and lead your team to draw analogies to the origins of these two things in your business.

Premised on academic research about the importance of ‘engaging’ on ideas, this experience will help your team reconsider its own grounds for success.

International-Ready International-Ready
$3,000 for up to 10 people
45m
Artboard 1 48-hour hold available

The Creators

Erik Schlopy is a three-time Olympic alpine ski racer and member of the U.S. Skiing and Snowboarding Hall of Fame. He competed in three Olympic games (1994, 2002, and 2006), won seven US national championship titles, and was a member of the United States Ski Team for 14 seasons. Erik is recognized as an innovator in the sport and was one of the first to bring rigid engineering discipline to introduce performance advantages. He (along with Bode Miller) is also credited with redefining how skiers should prepare for competition.

Use Cases

This experience can help your team accomplish several goals. Read more about the needs this experience could fill for your team.

Inspire and Excite

Reviews

Sydney • November 2021

Director at $500M SaaS company

“…Erik really customized this experience to our team, and we left with concrete plans on how to improve team performance…”

 

DeShawn • November 2021

Head of Marketing at growing tech firm

“…inspiring, exciting, and exactly what the team needed…”

Evie • September 2021

Principal Engineer at Fortune 500 company

“…wasn’t expecting the parallels between skiing and business, our team was blown away!…”