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Shackleton's Way: Leadership Lessons From the Great Antarctic Explorer

Reak up Shackleton set out to save them all on his heroic 800 mile trip across the frigid South Atlantic in little than a rowboat Unlike similar polar expeditions every man survived not only in good health but also in good spirits all. I brought this copy for my son he starts his new career in marketing in August the skills that Ernest Shakleton applied throughout his explorations are transferable to modern day roles

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From 1914 to 1916 Ernest Shackleton and his men survived the wreck of their ship Endurance crushed in the Antarctic ice stranded 1200 miles from civilization with no means of communication and no hope for rescue When the ice began to b. Below are key excerpts from the book that I found particularly insightful1 Shackleton s strategy is the antithesis of the old command and control models His brand of leadership instead values flexibility teamwork and individual triumph It brings back some of the gentlemanliness and decorum of the past but without the hidden agenda of an exclusionary inner circle It s business with a human face2 SHACKLETON S V WAY OF DEVELOPING LEADERSHIP SKILLS Cultivate a sense of compassion and responsibility for others You have a bigger impact on the lives of those under you than you can imagine Once you make a career decision commit to sticking through the tough learning period Do your part to help create an upbeat environment at work A positive and cheerful workplace is important to productivity Broaden your cultural and social horizons Identity excerpts from the book that I found particularly insightful1 Shackleton s strategy is the antithesis of the old command and control models His brand of leadership instead values flexibility teamwork and individual triumph It brings back some of the gentlemanliness and decorum of the past but without the hidden agenda of an Cenote exclusionary inner circle It s business with a human face2 SHACKLETON S V WAY OF DEVELOPING LEADERSHIP SKILLS Cultivate a sense of compassion and responsibility for others You have a bigger impact on the lives of those under you than you can imagine Once you make a career decision commit to sticking through the tough learning period Do your part to help create an upbeat Sottomissione environment at work A positive and cheerful workplace is important to productivity Broaden your cultural and social horizons

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Due to Shackleton's leadership Now Shackleton scholar Margot Morrell and Wall Street Journal writer Stephanie Capparell team up to present Shackleton's timeless leadership skills skills that can be learned by anyone to a new generation. This is an inspirational read Not just the content of the event itself but also the dynamic of the techniues presented An excellent read


8 thoughts on “Shackleton's Way: Leadership Lessons From the Great Antarctic Explorer

  1. says:

    I have recently been intrigued by the Heroic Age of Antarctic Exploration. It started in 2018 reading about the men of the Terra Nova Expedition. It then progressed to the life of Ernest Shackleton and the ship Endurance soon afterwards. I was very curious to read this book after stumbling upon it here on. I was very drawn to the heroism, sac

  2. says:

    Below are key excerpts from the book that I found particularly insightful:

    1 Shackleton's strategy is the antithesis of the old command and control models. His brand of leadership instead values flexibility, teamwork, and individual triumph. It brings back some of the gentlemanliness and decorum of the

  3. says:

    This book was really good for many reasons. While this book is teaching lessons about leadership it is also telling a great story. Other books (especially the ones I've read for my class) often give advice or a

  4. says:

    I brought this copy for my son, he starts his new career in marketing in August, the skills that Ernest Shakleton applied throughout his explorations are transferable to modern day roles.

  5. says:

    This is an inspirational read. Not just the content of the event itself but also the dynamic of the techniques presented. An excellent read.

  6. says:

    Cracking read and lots of great pointers and examples of how and why he did what he did on what is one of the most amazing stories of human resilience and leadership in history. I read the book in one sitting! Thoroughly recommend it.

  7. says:

    Those who know the thrilling story of the Shackleton expedition called "Endurance" already understand the exceptional leadership qualities of this interesting person. This book is a very interesting add on to understand how a single person can create the difference between life and dead, motivation and demotivation, optimism and pessimism, etc.. As a Shackleton fan, I wasn't expecting too much new info but w

  8. says:

    Christmas present

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