Navigating the Impossible: How to Turn We Could Never Do That into What is Next?
Jason Caldwell, the Founder of Latitude 35, a leadership training firm that operates around the globe joins Enterprise Radio. His new book is “Navigating the Impossible: Build Extraordinary Teams and Shatter Expectations”.
This episode of Enterprise Radio is in association with the Author Channel.
Listen to host Eric Dye & guest Jason Caldwell discuss the following:
- How do you see yourself as being different than all the other leadership and team-building experts out there? Why you?
- What’s been the most difficult challenge you’ve come across when leading teams through these incredible adventures?
- What do you say to those who are listening now and thinking, “yeah that’s all good but I’m not a big athlete or superstar. What about me?”
- What’s your next big challenge, and what sort of things are you focused on in order to make it a success?
- What’s one thing you look for in a teammate when building a team?
- Talk about this notion of “quitting” and the difference between a healthy quit and a toxic one.
Jason Caldwell is the Founder of Latitude 35, a leadership training firm that operates around the globe. He works with organizations including Nike, Booking.com, Columbia Business School, and the Haas School of Business and delivers speaking programs to packed crowds at Fortune 500 companies and universities worldwide. A professional adventure racer, Caldwell currently holds over a dozen world records across five continents. His new book is Navigating the Impossible: Build Extraordinary Teams and Shatter Expectations.
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