A case study on the life of Sir Ernest Shackleton, authored by Paul Records.
Note to Readers:
The following case study highlights a 1914—1916 expedition to the Antarctic led by British explorer Ernest Shackleton. Though it took place far outside of the context of church leadership, it provides valuable insight on the philosophy needed to succeed in a context of chaos. When the ship, Endurance, was destroyed by the ice the entire crew was forced into a two-year crisis of survival.
The purpose of this case study is to enhance one’s philosophy of leadership and to also provide a real-world example of a leader who, in spite of apparent disaster, was able to led a team to accomplish the impossible.
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