On Leadership: Building the team that could save your life
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On Leadership: Building the team that could save your life

Mountaineer Chris Warner on teambuilding, the dangers of K2 and why in climbing the ties that bind make the difference between life and death. (Gary Peters/Darden Business School/Darden Business School)

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