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Scott O'Grady’s story of courage, resilience, and patriotism captivated the nation and inspired the world. His account of his incredible struggle to survive in the hostile territory of war-torn Bosnia enthralls audiences. O’Grady explains the unwavering faith—in God, in country, in being rescued and reunited with his family—that got him through an unimaginable ordeal. And he shares the lessons—on leadership, on teambuilding, and on overcoming obstacles—that he’s taken from behind enemy lines to civilian life.

Since his return from a six-day, life-and-death ordeal after his F-16 was shot down over Bosnia, Scott O’Grady has helped countless individuals and organizations learn how to adapt, change, and succeed even in the most challenging of circumstances. He has demonstrated how Fortune 500 companies can employ the lessons that helped him survive to build resilient teams, take decisive action, and demonstrate strong leadership. Audiences walk away from O’Grady’s riveting presentations with the knowledge they need to overcome obstacles and succeed, both personally and professionally.

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