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  • 1. HIGH ALTITUDE LEADERSHIP - BY CHRIS WARNERAND DON SCHMINCKE
    • By
    • Mr. SANDIP S.KADAM
    • MMS B
    • ROLL NO.87
  • 2. Leadership
    • “ If your actions inspire others to
    • dream more,
    • learn more,
    • do more &
    • become more,
    • you are a leader.”
    "Leadership is a function of knowing yourself, having a vision that is well communicated, building trust among colleagues, and taking effective action to realize your own leadership potential.” -Warren Bennis
  • 3. Leading Expedition And Leading In Corporate
    • Both the leaders frequently faces dire situations
    • Both needs same attributes for conquering impossibly difficult peaks
    • Both make Critical, Instinctive decisions
  • 4. High Altitude Leadership
    • Whether on a mountain or at work leading others can quickly becomes difficult and dangerous
    • HAL is all about how you respond in the face of real dangers.
  • 5. 8 Great Dangers To be Overcome
    • Fear Of Death
    • Selfishness
    • Tool seduction
    • Arrogance
    • Lone Heroism
    • Cowardice
    • Comfort
    • Gravity
  • 6. Fear
    • Good managers understand the importance of pushing the envelope
    • Growth is not possible if you don’t venture into the unknown
    • Don’t be scared to take chances
  • 7. Selfishness
    • A Selfish employee creates irreparable harm to his team
    • DUD behavior decreases productivity
    • Selfishness is Biological , its not natural
    • To overcome Selfishness create a mission and passion
  • 8. Tool Seduction
    • Expensive equipment Can’t replace proper technique
    • Hire on the basis of Personality and Attitude
    • Remain flexible
    • Don’t rely on tools that are no longer effective
  • 9. Arrogance
    • Signs of Arrogance:
    • I Refuse to identify trends
    • I Don’t want to face reality
    • I know Everything
    • Teach yourself and your employees:
    • Be humble
    • Embrace failure as an opportunity
  • 10. Lone Heroism
    • Lone Heroes are popular only in movies
    • In workplace they lower team morale, impede progress and ultimately lead to failure
    • Partnership is the solution
  • 11. Cowardice
    • Raise questions and Objections
    • Rooting out Cowardice requires unflinching Honesty
    • Encourage the free exchange of Ideas and opinions
  • 12. Comfort
    • Change is painful
    • Adversity is the true test of leadership and Accountability
    • “ Perseverance is admirable but …. ”
  • 13. Gravity
    • It is impossible to predicts shifts of fortune
    • The Only way Climbers counter gravity is Luck
    • Be open to new possibilities and welcome unexpected opportunities
    • Learn to follow your Instincts
    • Obey your hunches and play the percentages
  • 14. THANK YOU