Washington’s attack at Trenton led to subsequent battles over the British within 10 brief days. The victories turned the tide of the war in favor of the Americans and forever changed the face of world history.
This premier experience enables you and your team to explore the courageous leadership decisions made by Washington, as well as other American, Hessian and British leaders.
No matter the industry, organizations of all sizes need to be flexible, adaptable and courageous in today’s highly competitive business environment. At the same time, these competitive pressures require organizations to have a crystal clear focus of their vision, and employees that are truly committed to the cause.
The George Washington Leadership Program is a highly interactive, onsite, one-day experience. Organizations can customize the program to suit a variety of needs. It can be used in conjunction with employee training, strategic planning, a sales meeting or a customer event.
The George Washington Leadership Program is a premier experience. It is a compelling platform to help organizations focus in on critical business and leadership elements such as:
- Clarity of Mission
- Effective Communication
- Employee Engagement
- Team Diversity
- Personal and Team Resilience
- Courageous Decision-Making
Who Should Attend
As a fully customizable program, the George Washington Leadership experience can be customized to virtually any group, team or set of individuals — regardless of title, role or experience. However, with its focus on leadership, the program is most applicable for executives looking to integrate the experience within their organization’s mission and vision. Managers and rising leaders will also benefit from the program. Individuals will learn new communication and leadership concepts that can further benefit their existing skill sets.
Fall Open Enrollment Program
October 24, 2017
We are pleased to offer an abbreviated, half-day program of The Washington Leadership Program for prospective clients.
Designed specifically for decision makers, it is a cost-effective way for participants to experience the essence of the program and determine how it can be a fit for their team or organization later on.
7 a.m. – Breakfast at Nassau Inn, Princeton, N.J.
8 a.m. – Welcome and Overview — Matt Spaulding
8:30—11:30 a.m. – Visit Historic and Battlefield Sites
Participants will travel by executive shuttle to key locations: Washington Crossing Historic Park (Pa.), Mill Hill Park (Trenton), Princeton Battlefield. At each spot, we discuss different leadership, team building and communication themes.
11:30 – Conclusion; Participant Review and Feedback
12 p.m. – Lunch at Yankee Doodle Tap Room, Nassau Inn
1:30 p.m. – Depart
Note: For a more detailed agenda, please email Matt Spaulding at firstname.lastname@example.org
To reserve your spot, please complete the following enrollment form. Final deadline for registration and payment is Friday, Oct. 13.
If your attendance requires an overnight stay, we strongly recommend making hotel accommodations with the Nassau Inn located in the heart of Princeton. Special room rates may be available.
“History shows that the most famous winners usually had faced enormous difficulties. But they won because they refused to be defeated.”B.C. Forbes