MAN 337.9 Everest Reflection Memo-Quinn Romasko

MAN 337.9 Everest Reflection Memo-Quinn Romasko -...

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MEMORANDUM DATE: February 14, 2011 TO: Dr. Loescher FROM: Quinn Romasko SUBJECT: Everest Reflection This memo is a reflection of an Everest Mountain climb simulation. First I am going to provide a summary of what transpired, and then I will provide leadership experiences and takeaways. I was appointed to the position of leader with goals of keeping everyone together and reaching the summit. We began with Round 1, where we sat a few minutes trying to figure things out. I asked anyone if they were beginning with any deficiencies. I think we all realized it made sense for everyone to move up. Eventually, being leader, I asked if anyone had a reason, based on their data, not to move up. Everyone began in good shape so we moved up. After going to the next camp, Gabrielle became sick and we had to decide what she had based on the round’s briefing. Because Samantha had personal goals at that camp, we left those two with the physician to stay an extra day. Boris and I moved up. When we reached the next camp, our health had weakened and we thought it would be best to wait for the physician and rest of group in case. During
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