Out of the Classroom and Into the Field
Talent War Group’s Legacies of Leadership is a versatile educational experience designed to develop today’s leaders through leadership lessons from the past that transcend through time. It provides a unique out-of-classroom learning environment where participants can walk the actual terrain and an environment where critical leadership decisions were made and executed in the fog of battle. The experience’s primary purpose is to further the professional development of corporate leaders by understanding the successes and failures of this nation’s past leaders. Because our program is a blend of classroom and field studies, it illuminates principles and lessons of leadership at every level and ensures a high level of retention and application.
Our team of experts will analyze your organization’s current leadership style and development programs to identify any current gaps and areas of opportunities. We will create a tailored program in alignment with your team’s size, goals, and timeline.
Battlefield Review Day
You and your team will learn strategic, tactical, and operational decisions made from both leadership-level sides of historical battles. These decisions made under intense conditions of uncertainty are applicable to modern organizational structures to help participants understand the dynamics of cohesion, team building, operations, and logistics.
After Action Review
At the conclusion of our Legacies of Leadership experience, our teams will discuss a wide variety of successful approaches to leadership and management as demonstrated by legacy leaders to be applied to your specific business issues and objectives.
Participants will be able to
- Explore a wide variety of successful approaches to team management as demonstrated by military leaders
- Discuss the role of motivation, team building, and teamwork in leadership
- Discuss priority setting and identify key steps in the decision-making process in an uncertain and rapidly changing environment
- Apply problem-solving and decision-making techniques to dynamic business issues and dilemmas
- Demonstrate improved commitment in clearly communicating organizational strategic and operational objectives
- Identify management and leadership challenges in undertaking organizational change
- Reflect on personal management and leadership strengths and set future goals and objectives for further development
After participating in a staff ride to Gettysburg,
a former Senior Vice President for Human Resources for New Holland, said,