By Alison Levine, Mike Krzyzewksi
FOREWORD through mythical DUKE BASKETBALL trainer MIKE KRZYZEWSKI
On the sting is an interesting management handbook that gives concrete insights garnered from a variety of severe environments starting from Mt Everest to the South Pole. by way of reflecting at the classes realized from her a number of expeditions, writer Alison Levine makes the case that the management ideas that practice in severe experience activity additionally follow in latest severe enterprise environments. either settings require you so one can make the most important judgements immediate while the stipulations round you're faraway from excellent. Your survival -and the survival of your team-depend on it. that includes a Foreword from mythical Duke collage basketball trainer Mike Krzyzewski who is familiar with all approximately management, at the area offers a framework to assist humans scale no matter what huge peaks they aspire to climb-be they literal or figurative-by supplying functional, funny, and sometimes unorthodox recommendation approximately tips to develop as a pacesetter.
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And I’ve been lucky enough to have had the opportunity to learn from some of the best. Leadership in extreme environments requires the willpower, the teamwork, the high moral character, and the emotional intelligence necessary to overcome exceptional hurdles, solve complex problems, and face any sudden, uncontrollable, high-risk situation, including those that exist in today’s business world. The global economy is more unpredictable than ever, and we each have more on the line as we try to navigate its shifting terrain: careers, reputations, financial futures, perhaps even lives.
Practice, though, can only be a simulation. You will never be able to replicate exactly what it feels like to be cold and exhausted and still two hundred feet from the peak of a mountain or to have the basketball in your hands down by one point with seconds on the clock. But you can sure try. And one who wants to be ultimately prepared to make it to the top or to sink a game-winning shot will need to do whatever he or she can to make practice feel as real as possible. Alison and I also share a fondness for teammates with egos, and I love the way she describes the performance egos and the team ego of her American Women’s Everest Expedition team.
Alison Levine 2013 Disclaimer: I have described the various events that took place on my expeditions over the years to the best of my recollection. Some of the names and identities have been changed. It is possible that there are minor errors in this book, which I assure you are unintentional. Some of the entries from my expedition blogs were slightly tweaked in order to correct grammar and spelling (it’s not always easy to get that stuff right at altitude). If there are any glaring errors or omissions, they are probably the fault of my ghostwriter.