Leadership in the South Pole

RRU Staff

Reaching the South Pole was once like travelling to the moon. Antarctica was the last unexplored continent for 19th century Europeans. And the subsequent race to the remotest place on earth earned Ernest Shackleton, Captain Robert Falcon Scott and Norwegian Captain Roald Amundsen a spot in history. Royal Roads associate faculty and Master of Arts in Leadership alumnus Scott Richardson says we can learn a lot about leadership from these three explorers.

Richardson is presenting at Leadership Conference 2013 and you can read more about his research here.