Apollo Experience Leadership Program
Go where few have led before!
Forget learning about leadership development sitting in a classroom, looking at PowerPoints and flipcharts. Experience undeniable leadership at the Apollo Experience.
You’ll be immersed in the stories of the men and women of NASA who built the country’s space program from the ground up. Through storytelling and hands-on training, you’ll glean leadership lessons that will impact your career.
The Apollo Experience is held at Johnson Space Center in Houston, Texas. Contact us to discuss customizing a private program for your team.
Topics You May Cover
Step up or step back
- Speak technical truth
- Turn setbacks into opportunities
- Empower your team
- Take decisive action
- Be agile and resilient
- Manage in chaos
- Optimize team capabilities
- Inspire confidence
- Compensate for weaknesses
- Manage risk
- Create a culture of innovation
- Align common goals
- Play to strengths
- Engage people in the vision
- Prepare for the unknown
Who Typically Attends?
Application is not limited to those within technical roles. Groups typically include executive and other leadership teams and high potential cohorts. Attendees range from CEOs, Vice Presidents, Directors, to managers of managers. Those interested in creating the right culture and achieving “moonshot” goals will experience particular application. Contact us to discuss if Apollo has application for you!
"The Apollo Leadership Experience is one of the best (if not the best) course I have been to. Experience to Lead selected excellent materials, provided great examples, and put together an experience that could translate key learnings from the NASA Apollo days to our current business needs. The tours of the Rocket Park, the Neutral Buoyancy Laboratory, and Mission Control will be something I will remember for the rest of my life."
"Having attended the Apollo program, I was keen to share the power of a leadership experience with our global management team…. I plan to make some immediate changes to our leadership structure and to our planning process to implement some of the lessons we learned; beyond that we are going to continue the work we started at Apollo."