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'What business travelers can learn from an astronaut' by retired NASA Astronaut Michael López-Alegría
If many of your colleagues travel, and you are thinking about what speaker to book or topic to focus on for your next company event, check out this new talk. This 1-hour talk provides participants with former NASA Astronaut Michael Lopéz-Alegria's incredible stories from his four space missions and 10 spacewalks, as well as with strategies that can be used to increase performance and reduce jet lag while traveling.
About the speaker
Michael López-Alegría is a retired NASA Astronaut with over three decades of aviation and space experience with the US Navy and NASA, and a veteran of three Space Shuttle missions and one International Space Station mission. He is known for having performed more spacewalks than any other American (10), presently holding the second longest all-time spacewalk duration record (67 hours and 40 minutes), as well as having the third longest spaceflight of any American at the length of 215 days on on board the International Space Station.
Any location worldwide
As a webinar
Astronaut Michael López-Alegría’s background
Stories from four space missions and 10 spacewalks
Your circadian rhythm and its impact on performance
Circadian optimizations for astronauts:
Getting ready for rocket launches
Living onboard the International Space Station
How to apply on earth: Travel without jet lag
App for participants
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