Capture Leadership Themes That Echo Across Hallowed Grounds.
Focus on how to create alignment and communicate your strategic intent as you walk the fields of Gettysburg to relive critical decision-making in the heat of battle.
This Experience combines immersion in the story of the battle with personal and team leadership applications. Then, apply those lessons to your everyday leadership. We help you discover and re-discover timeless truths about your leadership capabilities – leading to results. Contact us to discuss customizing a private program for your team.
Topics You May Cover
Align your team
- Manage mavericks and renegades
- Build succession readiness
- Embrace change as a team
- Compensate for weakness
Communicate strategic intent
- Take decisive action
- Improve executive presence
- Turn setbacks into opportunities
- Create common goals
Optimize team capabilities
- Empower your people
- Deal with renegades
- Operate with limited resources
- Build cohesive culture
Who Typically Attends?
Application is not limited to those interested in military history! 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 exploring communicating strategy and team alignment will experience particular application. Contact us to discuss if Gettysburg has application for you!
"Participating in the Gettysburg program was one of the best experiences in my career. The facilitators did a tremendous job in bridging the dichotomy of the business world and the battlefield, bringing relevance to the decisions I frequently face. As a result, assuring alignment with my team through clear communication of intent is something I have been able to apply directly to my leadership practices."
"Given the challenges of today’s environment, clarity of communication and intent is key – one of the best lessons I took away from the Gettysburg program. This lesson is critical when executing strategic vision."
"The two days spent on the Gettysburg battlefield provided immediately applicable lessons that have become core to how my team plans, interacts, and executes for success. Put simply, the Gettysburg program has provided a common language and approach for communicating and decision making."