Our event team comprises:
Leadership Host – Provides leadership to the programme. Acts as mentor to the client Lead, provides keynote insights; integrates Corporate Battlefield contributions.
Battlefield Guide – An Accredited Member from the International Guild of Battlefield Guides delivers history related to the ground, provides the cordite of battle, and creates the emotion and awareness of the special place. Responsible for the logistics of the programme.
Business Facilitator – Investigates client issues and runs leadership workshops providing business lessons. Interprets the cross over from the history to business.
A Word from the Managing Director
If you take a management team to Zeithen’s crossroads on the Battlefield of Waterloo, they will listen to the story about how a Prussian commander had to make a decision under extreme pressure. This involved a conflict between what he believed to be the right thing to do and a recently arrived written directive ordering him to do the complete opposite. The participants will learn things about moral courage and decision-making under pressure that they will not forget.
I have been to this ridge on Wellington’s left flank with several management teams and witnessed CEOs seemingly elated at various outcomes that workshops and discussions have delivered through their team’s wider and deeper thinking.
Our leadership model, Mission Command, delivers a ‘peace of mind’ and our programmes a foundation of leadership beliefs that are well proven and will endure.