The Gridiron Building, One Pancras Square, London, N1C 4AG
We would be delighted if you could join us for a social evening to learn more from David Hamilton about the fascinating management and leadership issues involved in successfully climbing many of the world’s highest peaks. During a discussion led by Russam’s Cathy Kay and Malcolm Alexander, we hope to explore the motivational factors that contributed to David's success and also understand something of the dangers and risks involved.
David has been a professional mountaineer and expedition leader for more than 30 years. Born in Scotland, he was climbing from an early age. He has led well over 100 expeditions on trekking, ski touring and mountaineering across most of the greatest mountain ranges. He is one of the world’s leading high altitude guides and has led 20 successful expeditions to peaks over 8,000m in altitude, including Mount Everest, on which he has recently completed his tenth ascent. He has also spent 15 summer seasons in Antarctica, climbing Mt. Vinson 23 times and skiing to the South Pole on four occasions.
During the evening, David will show photographs from some of his recent Everest climbs and share his views on the current controversies surrounding the number of people now attempting the world’s highest peak.
18.00 - Reception with drinks and canapes
18.30 - Talk and discussion with David Hamilton
19.45 - Networking and drinks
20.30 - Finish
Venue - The Gridiron Building, One Pancras Square, London, N1C 4AG
We hope that you are able to join us on the 20th of November.
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