M. S. Lewis
Mark is a confident and proficient leader who specialises in management, leadership, planning, preparing and delivering a range of programs in a variety of settings, specifically through the outdoors and within the expedition arena. For the last twenty plus years he has worked in and around the extreme expedition arena and when at home in the South Wales valleys has worked within secondary and post compulsory education, training and mentoring on Welsh Assembly initiatives and gaining his recognised teacher status. He is passionate about his work, gaining a great deal of satisfaction and fulfillment in helping people develop and supporting them to reach their full potential and career aspirations. He considers himself to be patient, motivating and friendly with an aptitude for working with others. He has been determination to succeed in whatever he does.
In 1997 he was the first Welsh man and the youngest person in the World to summit Mt Vinson in Antarctica. Mark works with developing leaders, existing leaders and groups of leaders. Predominantly he help them get the best from themselves and achieve their potential. His specific area of expertise is pushing leaders to achieve their best whilst under extreme pressure, out of their comfort zones such as in the great outdoors or as part of customised expedition. This provides them with experience and tools to bring back into their workplace.
Mark has a son called Joshua who is Marks entire focus. Mark has co-authored the series of books called The Adventures of Joshua.
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Expedition Diaries - In The Throne Room of the Mountain God
Expedition Diaries is the journals and memoirs of a mountaineer. A mountaineer who had a dream, and then made that dream a reality. Through avalanche, storm, death, trials and tears he fought on to live his dream. Read about the adventures as they were written.
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