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