EXPEDITION LEADERSHIP Workshop in association with JAGGED GLOBE A 1 day workshop (10am - 4pm) designed for overseas expedition leaders but also relevant for Duke of Edinburgh Supervisors and those leading long-distance treks in the UK and Europe. The workshop gives individuals specific tools for managing and leading expedition teams through interactive sessions and scenario based examples. Suitable for perspective and new leaders as well as for established leaders who want to develop their skills and share their experiences. This workshop is for those who lead both youth and adult expeditions.
**THIS WORKSHOP WILL INCLUDE THE JAGGED GLOBE OPERATIONS MANGER TALKING ABOUT WHAT THEY LOOK FOR WHEN RECRUITING LEADERS**
The workshop will include:
- Front loading and setting up an expedition ethos.
- Understanding leadership styles and when to use them in an expedition context.
- Effective communication.
- Building team rapport.
- Tips for applying for work as an expedition leader and career development including a talk about what specifically Jagged Globe look for in leaders.
Please bring a notepad and pen.
Venue: Jagged Globe, 45 Mowbray Street, Sheffield S3 8EN
* If you have any queries about the workshop please contact Rebecca Coles rather than Jagged Globe.
Jagged Globe is the UK's leading expedition company. Since 1987 Jagged Globe has been at the forefront of planning, organising and leading mountaineering expeditions, mountaineering courses, adventurous skiing and high-altitude treks. Jagged Globe mountaineering expeditions are led by professional expedition leaders.
Rebecca Coles is an IML and MIA and has been leading expeditions for 15 years. Work has taken her to all 7 continents and, together with personal travel, to over 70 countries. She regularly leads for Jagged Globe. She has led expedition on peaks such as Aconcagua and remote treks such as in the remote Wakhan Corridor, Afghanistan. She is a Lowe Alpine and Cicerone Press ambassador, Fellow of the Royal Geographical Society and has a PhD in Physical Geography.