Every morning, in our everyday life, we get prepared to face challenges, big or small.
Sometimes we know we have done the right thing; sometimes we're not so sure.
If this happens, there is one single reason: we are human beings. And like all human beings, sometimes we do the right things and sometimes we ... learn!
In this regard, I would like to introduce one of my "friend." His name was Ernest Shackleton and he wanted to fulfill a great achievement: the crossing of the South Pole without motorized vehicles.
Unfortunately, near the coast of Antarctica, his ship was blocked by ice.
Well, he became famous because he managed to take home - safe and sound - after 20 months of living in extreme conditions, all the 28 members of the crew.
Complete darkness for 24 hours a day, extreme temperatures, ice melting under their feet were the conditions in which men of other expedition get mad and then died.
The legacy of Shackleton is how he has been able to motivate and manage the crew.
And based on that experience, I realized "The Shackleton Way: Leadership lessons for our everyday life".
It is a series of experiences that address, in a safe environment, the same problems of leadership that addressed Shackleton during those 20 months on the ice.
You will have the opportunity to learn by testing yourself, observing what your colleagues will do and learning what Shackleton did in a similar situations.
People who have followed The Shackleton Way had a lot of fun. And above all, they learned a lot!
By April 30 you can apply for a grant to your National Agency to participate in the edition of September of "The Shackleton Way: Leadership lessons for our everyday life".
We still have a few places available.