A former Royal Marines officer, Monty Halls worked for Nelson Mandela on the peace process in South Africa before leaving the services in 1996 to pursue a career in leading expeditions. His projects took him on four circumnavigations of the globe, over a five year period.
Monty Hall’s exploits soon attracted the attention of the media, as he was invited to take part in Channel 4’s groundbreaking series ‘Superhumans’, which pitted ten high performing individuals against one another. Being declared the winner of the series proved to be the launch point for a hugely successful career as a broadcaster, writer and presenter.
Monty’s great passion is leadership, team dynamics, and studying the effects of stress and pressure on the human animal. He has gained a truly international reputation as a speaker, drawing on real examples from a career that has spanned over 20 years. His talks are fast moving, extremely dynamic and illustrated by vivid examples from real life situations, backed by world-class images and film footage. This has resulted in him becoming one of the most in-demand speakers on the circuit, with constantly outstanding reviews and feedback.
Given his extensive media experience, as well as conference and event speaking, Monty has also compered Numerous awards evenings. He has a wealth of experience in delivering after-dinner speeches and conducting intensive seminars on management and leadership.
Monty has written seven books and contributes regularly to several newspapers, as well as having a weekly column For The Daily Mail’s Weekend Magazine.