Race to the South Pole: A Tale of Two Leadership Styles – Intro

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February 10, 2021 12:00pm – 01:00pm MT

In 1910, two very different leaders went head to head in a race to conquer the South Pole, the world’s last wild frontier. The traditional, top-down British navy officer, Robert Scott, on his second Antarctica expedition, and the more team-oriented, Roald Amundson, an accomplished Norwegian mariner and the first man to sail the NorthWest Passage. In this entertaining story and leadership seminar, you will be given a front-row seat to see how two leadership styles set their teams up for success or failure based on their planning, preparation and execution of the most extreme challenge ever undertaken by mankind. We analyze the teams and share with you the secrets that the winning team used to drive flawless execution and achieve results!

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