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Wilderness Leadership in the Harvard Business Review

By Casey Adams on Mar 23, 2012

We at NOLS operate on the firm believe that leadership can be learned. The people we instruct, from teenage students to business executives and everything in between, believe the same. Marc Randolph, among numerous other renowned members of the world of business, was quoted saying so in the April issue of the Harvard Business Review:

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Topics: NOLS, leadership, Aparna Rajagopal-Durbin, entrepreneur, business, Harvard Business Review, National Outdoor Leadership School, Marc Randolph, decisions, John Kanengieter, Outdoors, Educators Notebook, Netflix, Diversity, wilderness, NOLS Professional Training

"An MBA from Nature"

By Kate Straney on Apr 21, 2011

NOLS Executive Director John Gans discusses how expedition leadership transfers from the tent group to the boardroom this week on the Harvard Business Review blog. Several NOLS grads have commented on it, including the founder of Nantucket Nectars and an IBM executive.

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Topics: leadership, team, business, Harvard Business Review, HBR, Educators Notebook, boardroom, expedition, leader, NOLS Professional Training