Gettysburg Agenda

We now offer two versions of our Gettysburg Open Enrollment Programs to best fit your calendar and budget. Both programs provide new insights and stories you will return to again and again for reflection and guidance.

  • Our 2-day Gettysburg is a powerfully packed program which condenses the most memorable and instructive moments from these pivotal days in American history. The program begins at 2pm on Day 1 and ends at 3:30pm on Day 2

  • Our 3-day Gettysburg is the complete experience providing additional time on the battlefield, time for peer coaching, deeper action planning and reflection. The pogram begins at 5:00 pm on Day1 and ends at 1pm on Day 3.

Program Element

2 Day Gettysburg

3 Day Gettysburg

Leadership Lessons
Importance of team alignment    
Strategic intent and empowering action    
Managing disruptive innovation    
Communication for vertical alignment & leader readiness    
Character in leadership, communicating for enrollment    
Unilateral vs. collective decision making    
Changing strategic intent    
Sub-optimization and vertical alignment; Maverick vs. renegade    
Leadership without authority    
Situational awareness; race btw. management practice and technology;
Management vs. leadership
   
Action Planning
After Action Review – Drilling down into action planning    
Mid-Program Review of lessons and begin application    
Summary of Lessons Learned    
Siteseeing and Free Time
Viewing of Cyclorama    
Free time at Visitor Center and downtown Gettysburg    
Gettysburg Inquiry

For customized team events, open enrollments, and general inquiries, please contact Jeff Jackson at
+1 516 554 5599 or jeffrey.jackson@conference-board.org

Inquiry Form

Upcoming Gettysburg Dates

Gettysburg Battlefield: May 17 - 19, 2017
Gettysburg Battlefield: Sept 27 - 29, 2017

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Gettysburg Program One-sheet

To learn more about the Gettysburg Program, download the one-sheet below.

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