AdvenCulture was present at the 2016 Latin American Summit of Great Place to Work, which took place between the 18th and the 20th of May at the Fairmont Mayakoba, in the Riviera Maya.
Pachi Navajas, Director of AdvenCulture, y creator of the “Leadership & Mountain” program, interviewed Eduardo Strauch, survivor of the 1972 Andes crash. The main goal was to learn from an experience that represents an extraordinary example of leadership and team work, which enabled several people to survive in desperate conditions.
The Exit conference by Eduardo Strauch is an account of the orator’s experiences during 72 days on a remote glacier at the Andes, within the world famous “Alive” story.
From this story Eduardo’s book “From the Silence” was born. It was first published in Europe and in South America in 2012, following the fourtieth anniversary of the rescue.
“Alive” is still today, 44 years later, the most famous survival story of the 20th century, and a great source of inspiration for activities of leadership, team work, personal growth, crisis & risk management, creativity, etc.
This conference followec the format of an interview, in which Pachi Navajas, Director de AdvenCulture, and the attendees, asked Eduardo questions regarding the managerial and coaching aspects of this odyssey.