Test Drive FAQ

A Test Drive is our standard 3-day Experience with additional time spent debriefing and discussing customization options with our Facilitation Team. Test Drives provide an opportunity for leaders to see an Experience in action before deciding how to customize it for their organization. Test Drives are typically offered in the Spring and Fall for each of our U.S.-based programs – Apollo, Gold Medal, Launch Point, and Gettysburg – and are delivered using the same experiential approach as our private programs.

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Test Drives are facilitated to enable learning and leadership development executives, small teams, and individual leaders of teams/projects to participate. For those interested in discussing customization options, additional debrief time will be provided. Individual learners are welcome to participate.

What should I bring to a program?

The recommended attire will vary by program. See below for program-specific information and further details will be provided upon registration.

Meals: Once the Experience begins, all meals will be provided.

What to pack: You will be given a bag, notebook, and pen during the program. We recommend bringing sunglasses, sunscreen and/or a hat. A pre-read paperback book may be provided with some programs.

The dress code for the battlefield portion of the event is casual (jeans, sneakers, and hiking attire are appropriate). As we will be doing quite a bit of outdoor walking, please bring comfortable shoes and appropriate outerwear. The dress code for receptions and dinners is business casual.

The dress code is casual (i.e. polo with jeans). Please bring comfortable shoes as we will be standing for a good portion of the second day.. In order to participate in the tours of the commercial companies on the second day, you will need to wear full length pants (no capris), sleeves that cover your shoulders, and closed-toed shoes footwear (no high heels).

The dress code is casual (i.e. polo with jeans). Please bring comfortable shoes as we will be standing for a good portion of the second day.

The dress code is athletic. We will be participating in low intensity sports experiences, some of which will be outside. Offsite dinner is casual.