Endurance – Leadership Lessons from Ernest Shackleton for Today’s Engineers
Imagine, it is the beginning of the 20th century, you are stranded on ice in the world’s harshest climate. You are cut off from the outside world without any forms of communication. No smartphones, tablets, laptops, telephones or faxes. Imagine helming a crew of tired and demoralised men, all of whom look towards you for answers. And you think to yourself… how did we get here… how will we get out of here…
It has now been a 101 years since the events surrounding the “Endurance” took place.
However, the lessons arising from that saga of human spirit and survival are probably as relevant in today’s climate as they were back then.
Joins us as Dr Van Wellen, himself a Fellow of the Royal Geographical Society, takes you along on that journey and puts you in the captain’s chair… a chair of which one is never sure which way it will swivel in a storm…
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