The Everest Academy

The Everest Academy rejects quick-fix team building approaches that seek to gloss over individual differences or rush to cement team bonds when the foundation is weak. We put 'self' at the start of every leadership development process – even when teams are involved. The Everest Academy's philosophy re-asserts that our greatest barriers to performance are often erected by ourselves not others. It is by accepting who we are and how we respond under pressure and taking responsibility for those behaviours that we begin to learn new levels of performance and new ways of being able influence others. Only then can we begin to commit to the team we serve or lead so the team can earn the right to success. This comes through non-negotiable commitments at the individuals level and the collective conduct necessary to assure a performance change or winning.