At Gettysburg, leadership decisions resulted in dramatic shifts and turns during the battle.
Today, businesses face similar challenges.
Below is just a sample of the many companies, organizations and schools that have met these challenges, identified solutions and developed sustainable action plans after walking In the Footsteps of Leaders.
“All of us would agree that the two days off site were well spent and will pay dividends on our work as a team. We appreciate your leadership and expertise in helping our team.”
– Ken West, Human Resources, Operations Division
“What a great historical perspective to bring to today’s challenges of management and today’s business environment.”
– Tom Holder, VP of Sales
“This has been a fabulous opportunity to study leadership in a unique set of circumstances that can translate to modern management environments.”
-Alan Riffel, City Manager, Woodward, Oklahoma
“This was the most rewarding leadership lesson I have ever had! It will have a lasting impression on how I work and function as a manager.”
– Charles A. Hammond, Ahoskie, North Carolina
“Great, informative tour; great facilitation. Relaxed day that related the leadership styles from the war to business today.”
– Andy Davidson, Kimberly-Clark Corporation
“This experience was not only highly informative and educational but extremely entertaining and enjoyable. I especially appreciated the opportunity to obtain greater insight to the decisions made by the leadership on both sides of historic confrontation.”
– Thomas C. Hablitzel, Sherwin-Williams Management Team
"Great program both from an education perspective on the history of the Gettysburg battle, and the tie-in to the leadership lessons and observation.”
– Bryan Palbaum, CFO