Concord Leadership Experience
In the Concord Leadership Experience, executives visit Concord, Massachusetts, flashpoint of the American Revolution, to learn timeless lessons on leadership that are applicable today.
Concord Bridge saw the clash of a loosely organized militia with the trained and experienced professional soldiers of Britain's King George III. The unlikely outcome — a clear victory for the colonials — came about because the Massachusetts men capitalized on three advantages: they were highly decentralized, they operated with a clear vision, and they took advantage of their enemies' mistakes.
In our visit to the sites of this day long battle in April 1775, participants learn practical, usable lessons about team building, morale and courage, dealing with ambiguity, effective communication, and the execution of strategic intent that will benefit their organizations today.
Executives gain new insights and new ideas on:
- How leaders help the organization combat fear and uncertainty
- The intricacies of contingency planning and war-gaming
- How an organization’s culture can be predictive of performance
- How leaders influence morale
- How leaders organize effective teams