Gettysburg Leadership Experience
During a two-day visit to Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, participants immerse themselves in the leadership challenges that faced commanders in this history-changing clash. This on-the-ground study lets participants see and feel, as no book or mere lecture can, critical dimensions of leadership. They 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.
Participants gain new insights and new ideas on:
- How leaders can make the right calls amid murky, ill-defined conditions, incomplete information and high pressure
- The intricacies of decision-making in very large organizations, and how culture affects what’s possible
- How successful leaders share their vision for success and reduce the possibility of misinterpretation
- How leaders develop imagination and courage in themselves and others
- Why character is a central element of leadership
Lead your team outside the conference room.
Find out how Ed Ruggero’s Gettysburg Leadership Experience can help you define your leadership philosophy and create a culture of leadership in your organization.