EXTREME LEADERSHIP

Famous Polar Explorer coming to region

EXTREME LEADERSHIP: Lessons from an Expedition to Save the Polar Ice Caps!
Eric Larsen - Outside Magazine Eco All-Star, Member of NYC’s prestigious Explorer’s Club, Polar Adventurer and National Geographic Expedition Guide at Cornell –
February 15-Call Auditorium/Kennedy Hall – 5-6 p.m.
FREE and open to all Cornell students and community.
www.savethepoles.com

• Learn Project Management from the 1st Person to reach the North and South Poles and the summit of Mt. Everest all in 365 days!
o How do you raise $750,000 by yourself for such an endeavor???
• How do you pick a team that can survive the harshest conditions on the planet and succeed to achieve a common goal?
• How do you keep the team motivated, solve life-threatening problems, and adapt to continuous changes?
• What can you do to protect the poles, and save the last great frozen places on our planet?
• And why should you care?

Eric provides stunning images, dynamic video and engaging conversations and questions as he shares the 4 years of planning and execution it took to achieve this monumental feat!

Co-Sponsored with: Atkinson Center for Sustainability, Dyson Scholars, BOLD, Cornell Outdoor Education, Cornell Public Service Center, Ithaca College Sustainability Initiative, and CU Ecology House.
Giveaway prizes courtesy of Eastern Mountain Sports

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