Wednesday 27th November
10:00 - 12:00
The Centre for Army Leadership Speaker Series
in association with The Sandhurst Trust
Wednesday 27th November 2019
at The Royal Military Academy Sandhurst
'THE SHACKLETON WAY - THE MEANING OF EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE'
GUEST SPEAKER: REBECCA STEPHENS MBE
The CAL's Leadership Speaker Series brings international, national and British Army leaders and leadership thinkers to an Army audience. Speakers are researchers or practitioners in their fields and come to share their knowledge, ideas, research and experiences of leadership. It gives leaders the opportunity to ask subject matter experts their personal views on the practical application of leadership.
1000 - 1020 Arrival and registration
1020 All to be seated in Churchill Hall
1025 Guest speakers and VIP's arrive
1030 - 1045 Welcome and Introduction
1045 - 1145 Guest speaker: Rebecca Stephens MBE
1145 - 1200 Q&A
Jacket and tie
Parking for this event is on Churchill Hall Parade Square.
The cost of the ticket includes attendance at the event in Churchill Hall and is followed by the opportunity to meet the speaker during a lunch in the magnificence of the New College Officers’ Mess.
Spaces for lunch are available to Sandhurst Trust members only.
To book your place at the lunch please sign up on the next page.
Member tickets are for registered members of the Sandhurst Trust. All other bookings can be made via the non-member link. Serving members of the MOD, including civil servants, can register to attend on the CAL SharePoint site (for those using MOD IT systems).
About the Speaker:
Rebecca Stephens MBE: Author, first British woman to summit Everest
On 17th May 1993, Rebecca Stephens became the first British woman to climb Everest and was awarded an MBE for her achievement. The following year she went on to become the first British woman to scale the Seven Summits, the highest mountain on each of the seven continents. Her interest in climbing was ignited when, in her late twenties, she accompanied an Anglo-American expedition on Everest's North East Ridge in 1989.
In 2001, Rebecca crossed the Antarctic island of South Georgia in the footsteps of Sir Ernest Shackleton; and in November this year sails south again to celebrate the centennial anniversary of Shackleton's Imperial Trans-Antarctic Expedition of 1914/16. This will be Rebecca's forth expedition to Antarctica, a continent with whose geography and history she is well versed.
Rebecca is an ambassador of the Shackleton Foundation, founded in 2007 by descendants of Sir Ernest Shackleton's Antarctic expeditions to help disadvantaged and socially marginalised young people.