Aiming for a summit and reaching it: what does it take to be a leader for this kind of challenge? You have to choose your team, design and adapt a strategy, motivate yourself and others and find the energy to keep going, develop your ability to analyze a critical situation and carefully weigh your decisions …

Bernard Voyer highlights the many parallels between the corporate world and his experiences on his numerous expeditions. A lecture and a fascinating discussion with participants that focuses on the inner workings of leadership and the values underpinning action and the importance of commitment.

Forming skilled leaders and honing the skills of existing leaders are both absolute necessities today, given the immense pressure on corporate culture and operations. Few individuals or teams truly manage to seize all the arcane details and nuances of leadership, to encourage their organizations to excel, to reach peaks of performance and work together to overcome the many day-to-day challenges. For while everyone brings a different perspective to the table, it is important that they all work toward the same stimulating vision of the future.

Explorers and their teams are driven by ambition and daring as they launch themselves into each new adventure. The ambition to clearly define a goal and reach it together, and to have the technical know-how to make it possible. And daring backed up by the sort of flexibility and adaptability that nomads have, making it possible to adapt and cope with obstacles as they arise.

Interactive workshops/discussions encourage participants to discover and adopt relevant examples as a way of supporting their personal and professional development.





Vision – Planning
Commitment – Determination
Will to act – Humility
Adaptation – Keep striving
Accomplishment – Ambition
Recognition – Sharing




A FAQ can often be a bit long to read, so feel free to contact us and ask us your questions directly!

Q.1: What is a motivational talk by Bernard Voyer?

Regardless of the theme, a talk by Bernard is all about sharing. An invitation to embark on an adventure with him, to understand his approach and follow him to the ends of the Earth. With his multimedia presentation, he will take you with him straight to the heart of his adventures.

Q.2: How much does it cost?

Rates depend on the type of talk: for students, a corporation, etc., and the number of people in the audience. Please contact us for details on our rates.

Q.3: Does he give talks in English?

Of course! Bernard is regularly invited to speak in English elsewhere in Canada, in the United States and around the world.

Q.4: Specifications, reservations … how do we go about inviting Mr. Voyer?

As soon as you contact us, we’ll e-mail you all the information concerning the theme you’re interested in, i.e. corporate or school group, etc.

Q.5: How does the billing work? Are there any surcharges?

The bill includes all the costs related to the lecture. It shows the price of the talk itself and, if applicable, travel and accommodation costs.

Q.6: How far in advance do I need to reserve?

If you are in Montréal, up to one hour before the event!! But we suggest that you allow a bit more time, to make sure he is available. Bernard has a busy schedule.

Q.7: How will he adapt his lecture to our specific needs?

We suggest that you have a telephone chat with Bernard to adjust his talk to your requirements and your event.

Q.8: How long does a lecture last?

Usually one hour, but of course the length can be adapted to your needs.

Q.9: Can we talk to him after the lecture?

Of course. He will be happy to meet the audience and sign autographs.

Q.10: What are the technical requirements?

Don’t worry! They’re not complicated. We’ll send you sound, lighting and projection details.

Q.11: I like the sound of the suggested lectures, but I’d like to hear him talk about something else. Is that possible?

It’s entirely possible, and we’ve done it before. The best idea is to contact us to discuss your ideas.

Q.12: I’d like to organize a lecture, but as part of a larger event, for example with an outdoor activity. Is that possible?

Yes, and we’re used to that kind of combination: hikes interspersed with chats, teambuilding exercises, workshops, etc.

Q.13: This FAQ is getting kind of long. Will it be over soon?

Yes, you’ve reached the end. We just have time to give you our contact details in case you have any other questions!