Leadership Experiences that Inspire
Immersive, Practical, and Results-Oriented
Hone leadership and decision making skills through interactive gaming and simulation.
Location: Live On-Line
Duration: 10 Total Hours
This memorable and immersive leadership development experience is an ultimate tool for anyone wanting to improve their leadership skills. Based on John Antal’s new book, Leadership Rising, It will give you the power to raise your leadership awareness and help you on your journey to become a winning and effective leader.
Your Path to Leadership Rising is delivered in 7 concise modules, in an interactive format. It comprises over 10 hours of instruction and interaction. You will be exposed to compelling leadership stories, exercises which will enable you to identify and develop an effective personal leadership style and skills, and to hone leadership and decision making skills through interactive gaming and simulation.
This is for every level of leader. If you are an emerging leader, this experience will provide you with a mind-map and internal compass to maintain a bearing during your leadership journey. This mind-map will outline the contours of the leadership topography; the compass you create in your heart and mind will provide direction; and your purpose will generate a destination.
If you are an experienced leader you will find in it reinforcement, confirmation, and a series of knowledge points to add to your existing cognitive map and compass to help you develop other leaders at every level of skill and awareness.
This Experience is delivered via live video in two formats; a two-day intensive program, or an extended program delivered over a multi-week period in once per week installments. In either form, it’s a immersive, interactive, and memorable way for you and your team to Rise to the Level of your Leadership™.
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Price: $995 Per Person
American Leadership Series™
The American Leadership Series is collection of intensive 2-day leadership experiences which provides participants and their teams the opportunity to develop their leadership skills and awareness, centered on a focused American historical theme. In each of these experiences, participants will be exposed to case studies, interactive discussion, and leadership simulations which will bring these stories and acts of leadership alive.
These programs can be delivered in multiple formats, which may be at a memorable historical location, or at your site. Open Enrollments present the opportunity to share the experience with a diverse set of leaders from other organizations. Our library of case studies is expansive, and can be tailored to fit the leadership and strategic challenges of your organization.
Improve your leadership and inculcate the lessons learned from the Founding Fathers.
1776 Leadership is a Leadership development experience that reveals the dramatic stories and defining leadership moments from the American Revolution. The stories are informed by John Antal’s book, 7 Leadership Lessons of the American Revolution. Leaders like Samuel Adams, Patrick Henry, Henry Knox, Benjamin Franklin, and George Washington faced historic challenges and overcame what reasonable observers believed were insurmountable odds.
This Experience can improve your leadership and inculcate the lessons learned from the Founding Fathers.
Examine their leadership styles and stories, and their use of tools and techniques to influence and inspire. Learn how they secured our Liberty so you can transform your leadership today into a better tomorrow for you and your organization. Module topics include: Influence, Knowledge, Determination, and Character.
This Experience can be delivered at a number of memorable locations including Philadelphia and Williamsburg.
A rich collection of leadership content: stories of courage, determination, and purpose.
1836 Leadership focuses on the leadership stories and lessons of the Alamo and the Battle of San Jacinto. These two confrontations, taken together, are a rich collection of leadership content: stories of courage, determination, and purpose. You will experience the Siege of the Alamo, which after 13 days resulted in all of the defenders being killed. Scarcely one month later, Santa Anna was defeated at San Jacinto in a battle that lasted 18 minutes.
This Experience will improve your leadership through a focus on the styles and tools employed by William Travis and Sam Bowie at the Alamo, and by Sam Houston at San Jacinto. Our modules will include Leaders Intent and Purpose, Communication, and Character.
Have you heard of “Remember the Alamo”? After attending 1836 Leadership, you surely will… We can conduct this experience on-site in San Antonio or Houston.
This period of American History is rich with examples of exemplary military and political leadership.
1863 Leadership focuses on leadership stories and lessons of the Civil War. This period of American History is rich with examples of exemplary military and political leadership, as well as some dramatic failures as the nation struggled to find its bearings and ensure its survival. You will examine the leadership styles and stories, and their use of tools and techniques to influence and inspire.
This Experience will improve your leadership through a focus on the leadership skills and styles of Generals U.S. Grant, Lee, McClelland, Longstreet, and others. We will highlight the strategies of influence and communication that changed the trajectory of the war, and indeed the survival of the nation.
We can conduct this experience at a variety of locations, including Vicksburg, Richmond, or Gettysburg.
The extraordinary leaders of the Allied forces on D-Day and the days that followed.
1944 Leadership is about the extraordinary leaders of the Allied forces on D-Day and the days that followed resulting in the end of World War II in Europe. Some of them, like Eisenhower, Theodore Roosevelt Jr., and George Patton, are well known, while others are barely a footnote in the history books.
The stories and lessons for this Experience are drawn from the book “Seven Leadership Lessons of D-Day”, written by Colonel John Antal. It comprises over 10 hours of instruction, including case studies, interactive exercises, and simulations.
Participants will see how these leaders defined and applied their leadership, created common goals and collaboration, and built important coalitions in order to impel their teams and achieve victory. Leadership module topics for this experience include: Influence, Selflessness, Courage, Adaptability, The Point of Decision, and Leaders’ Intent.
This Experience can be delivered as a weeklong exercise in Normandy, or as a 2-day program in a number of memorable US locations.