Future Leaders Team Build
Cohort 2 of the BVAA Future Leaders Programme tackling the Yorkshire Dales
An assortment of wrist-wear and gadgets could not reach consensus on the actual distance walked, but something in the region of 12~14 miles were ‘yomped’ across the Yorkshire Dales in and around Grassington, Wharfedale.
N.B. The BVAA Director’s estimate of the distance-travelled being ‘forever’ has been disregarded as an outlier.
The weather was rather unkind in the early stages (we were on outer fringes of Storm ‘Ali’).
We survived a low-intensity animal attack and inadvertently wandering into a partridge shoot. We even managed to take in a few engineering marvels along the way.
On a more serious note, it is clear that the bonds formed while on the ‘FLP’ are very strong, with life-long relationships and excellent networks a real benefit for employers.
Our thanks to our Personal Development consultant, Dr Martin Haigh MBE and Lattitude7, for the photos and the organisation of the exercise.
Published in Valve User Magazine Issue 47
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