Shackleton: Leadership Lessons from Antarctica

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On January 18, 1915, Sir Ernest Shackleton and his crew of 27 men were shipwrecked within the frigid waters off of Antarctica-home to the harshest climate on earth. They were 1,200 miles from civilization with no way to communicate with the outside world. They lived on ice floes for nearly a year, eating penguins and seals for survival. Their chances of returning home alive were slim to none. But their story doesn't end here. Under the leadership of Shackleton, a potentially fatal disaster turned into the greatest survival ...

Shackleton: Leadership Lessons from Antarctica 2010, iUniverse, Bloomington IN

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Shackleton: Leadership Lessons from Antarctica 2008, iUniverse, Bloomington IN

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