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Navigating the Impossible by Jason Caldwell
Oct 22, 2019 | ISBN 9781523086719
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    Oct 22, 2019 | ISBN 9781523086719

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Navigating the Impossible is full of insightful lessons about team building pulled from the experiences of rowing to eventually winning the 2016 Talisker Whiskey Atlantic Challenge. The annual race that begins in early December is indeed the world’s toughest row. The death-defying challenge of it all and the emotion of the race is captured well in Caldwell’s retelling of the adventure.”

“Takeaway: As a leader, ‘your time is better spent engaging the emotions of your team than appealing to the sense of strategy or their professional intuition.’”
—Jim Pawlak, “Biz Books”

“Jason inspired our leadership team to reach for our potential. He is a great storyteller, kind, humble and hugely inspiring. We connected better as a team, built a great team spirit and culture, and delivered outstanding results because of the work we did with Jason.”
—Martin Buckley, VP/GM Nike Global Football

“Jason Caldwell offers practical, powerful, and poignant insights about building high performance teams, and just as importantly, about how to bring out the best in yourself. His own story of team triumph is one of the most moving and resonant that I’ve heard. He offers one of the most meaningful, memorable and worthwhile messages available on leadership development.”
—Paul Ingram, Kravis Professor of Business, Columbia Business School

“Jason’s character comes out to all who know his work. His drive to achieve his goals, perseverance through extreme adversity, determination to win and a unique ability to turn failure into a powerful motivational force, set him apart from 99 percent of the people I’ve met. No doubt one of the most inspirational adventurers and leaders of today.”
—Chris Koch, CEO, Carlisle Companies Incorporated

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