Expressions of Gratitude

2021-01-23T00:06:31-05:00April 7th, 2020|Leadership Lessons, Gettysburg|

Originally published in The Gettysburg Times, the following Letter to the Editor from Experience to Lead facilitator Chuck Burkell shares wonderful insights on expressing gratitude during times of crisis  - like the current COVID-19 pandemic. Read the letter: Dear Editor of The Gettysburg Times, During this “never in our lifetime” global COVID-19 pandemic, many [...]

Learning to Lead in Times of Disruption and Crisis: Podcast

2021-02-05T08:43:44-05:00September 27th, 2018|Podcast, Experiential Learning, Gettysburg|

We have partnered with A.J. O'Connor to bring you this HR STUDIO PODCAST EPISODE 63, featuring our Experience to Lead Owner and Co-Founder Dick Richardson. Dick knows first hand the impact of disruption and crisis. As a leadership development executive, he has experienced the stresses of disruption and chaos in his professional life and personally [...]

Conceptualization: Extract Universal Leadership Principles for Application

2021-01-20T03:00:21-05:00October 18th, 2017|Kolb's Experiential Learning Model Explained, Gettysburg, Leadership Development Theory, Leadership Lessons|

Step Three of Kolb's Experiential Learning Model. Conceptualization: Extract Universal Leadership Principles for Application In our previous installment of this series, we learned about Reflection and Discussion. This time, we will focus on step three of Kolb’s Experiential Learning Model: Conceptualization in this installment. In conceptualization we extract universal leadership principles from our reflection and observation. [...]

Can We Accept Defeat and Still Manage Success?

2021-02-05T08:19:36-05:00September 4th, 2017|Leadership Lessons, Gettysburg, Normandy, Waterloo|

It was on September 4th 1886 that Geronimo, Chief of the Apache tribe, officially surrendered to United States federal troops. He was the last holdout and his surrender meant a literal end to the Indian Wars. What made Geronimo accept defeat? In 1858, Geronimo’s wife and children were murdered by Mexican soldiers. After this, the [...]

Lessons in Accountability from Three Leaders You Might Not Know

2021-01-20T03:03:14-05:00April 28th, 2017|Gettysburg, Leadership Lessons|

100 days.  The first 100 days in the White House are all about accountability.  Accountability to promises made during the campaign, promises made to voters, and, ultimately, promises made to all citizens.  On this eve of President Trump’s first 100 Days, we decided to take a look at what accountability looks like. TIME’s 100 Most [...]

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