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SUSTAINABILITY & FOLLOW-UP

ACTION PLAN REVIEW and "POLARITIES"

Leadership-Masters will gladly return to your organization to help sustain the powerful energy created by “The Shackleton Experience”. We start with our Action Plan Review, in which we identify the resistors and enablers created by our original Current Challenges Sessions. (See the Variations & Options page)

We then compare those resistors and enablers to those encountered a century ago by Shackleton, Amundsen & Scott. We examine how the three polar leaders managed both positive and negative forces, then apply those strategies to your organization’s current challenges. These additional strategies and perspectives will help in reshaping and fine-tuning challenge approaches and action plans.


"POLARITIES"

AN INTERACTIVE DEBATE BETWEEN SIR ERNEST SHACKLETON
and CAPTAIN ROALD AMUNDSEN

Polarities event

This compelling and thought-provoking theatrical event is not only the perfect companion piece to “The Shackleton Experience”, it also stands alone as a sustainability presentation.

Two great polar explorers and leaders, Ernest Shackleton and Roald Amundsen, face off in a no-holds-barred debate over leadership philosophies and success strategies. Audience members ask the questions, then reap the rewards as the two men give iron-clad, opposing views on everything from choosing a team to recognition and reward. This is a twelve-round heavyweight bout on the subject of bold, transformational and sustainable leadership. James Deken portrays the stoic yet intense Roald Amundsen, Scott Eck reprises his role as Ernest Shackleton, with Mark Edward Lang as the mediator/referee. An all-star event with all-star leadership results. Additional costs: $4500 USD




 
   


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