Fearless Leadership

The renegade scientist (Don Schmincke) and the mountaineer (Chris Warner), co-authors of High Altitude Leadership, share first-person examples from major mountain climbing expeditions, interspersed with scenarios from boardrooms around the globe, to pinpoint the eight dangers that prevent people from reaching the highest levels of performance.

Using harrowing first person accounts of life and death on the mountaintop, Chris Warner and Don Schmincke pinpoint eight lessons leaders need to learn to reach the highest peak of success in business.

The MP3 recording and slides from this event as well as the book summary High Altitude Leadership will be available to listen to or download from your Online Library immediately after check-out.

About the Speaker
Don Schmincke

In 1990, Schmincke founded The SAGA Leadership Institute to offer corporate training programs and help CEOs accelerate business performance in the areas of strategy, leadership, sales, and cultural alignment. He is the author of the bestselling book, The Code Of The Executive, which has been featured in The Wall Street Journal and USA Today, among other publications. He has appeared on CNN, in addition to hundreds of radio and television programs worldwide. Often referred to as the renegade scientist, Schmincke is a top speaker for the world’s largest CEO member organization and flies 200,000 miles annually, keynote speaking at conferences, training CEOs in his workshops, and working with clients in every industry from the Department of Defense to large and small corporations including the manufacturing/distribution, information/ communications, and finance/insurance sectors.

Chris Warner

Chris Warner is a climber, educator, entrepreneur, and an Emmy-nominated filmmaker. He has led more than 150 international mountaineering expeditions (from K2 to Kilimanjaro). Chris has been teaching leadership and group development for more than twenty-seven years. In 1990 Chris founded Earth Treks, whose chain of climbing centers serve over 100,000 customers a year.

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