Shackleton's Crossing - Lessons on collaboration, Influencing Tenacity, and Leadership

  • Tuesday, February 22, 2022
  • 11:20 AM - 12:30 PM (MST)
  • Virtual
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Tuesday, February 22, 2022 

Virtual Meeting 


Our chapter is partnering with SGMP Western Alliance


for our February's Meeting!


DATE:  Tuesday, February 22, 2022

TIME: 11:20am PT/12:20pm Mountain

TITLE: Shackleton's Crossing - Lessons on Collaboration, Influence Tenacity and Leadership

SPEAKER: Darrell Hammond, Higher Ground 


DESCRIPTION: In the early years of the 20th century, Sir Earnest Shackleton led one of the most famous expeditions to the Antarctic, overcoming tremendous obstacles to ensure that all of his men returned home safely. That expedition is one of the greatest stories of exploration and leadership in history and has inspired adventurers and leaders across the world ever since.


From this captivating story, lessons about leadership and team building are used as curriculum in MBA programs.


AFTER THE SESSION PARTICIPANTS WILL:
Be inspired by the vision, unity and tenacity of a well lead team

* Learn the value of teamwork and a common mission

* Be more open minded when it comes to change and unrelenting challenges 


Get inspired and motivated as you learn powerful and impacting lessons about leadership, teamwork, embracing change, prioritizing, and optimism in the face of unrelenting challenges.


**This has been approved for one hour Personal & Professional Development Core Competency.**



Registration via our website and we will send you the weblink to attend

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