RESULTS through HISTORY
Tigrett Corp. has been consulting with organizations for over 30 years providing leadership training to senior executives, managers and potential leaders using historical mentors. From the lives of Lincoln, Gandhi, Churchill, Frederick Douglass, and Eleanor Roosevelt, classes examine leadership lessons for today.
WHY USE HISTORY?
The challenges that leaders from the past faced remain familiar today—how to do more with less, how to inspire people working under tough conditions, how to empower others to adapt to a world of constant change. Their solutions can inspire us in ways that conceptual, lecture-based training never will.
WHERE IT ALL COMES TOGETHER
Participants discuss, analyze, and evaluate case studies, relating the historic challenges to contemporary workplace issues. Class time is lively with group discussions, exercises, and movie clips that bring the historic figures to life.
DON’T JUST READ IT, LIVE IT!
Combine the inspirational stories of Lincoln, Sitting Bull, or Lewis & Clark with a walk in the footsteps of these leaders--Gettysburg, Little Bighorn, or St. Louis—and the memories are lodged in your mind forever. Historic sites like Annapolis, Mystic Seaport, Antietam, and Harpers Ferry offer more lessons for your leadership teams.
DiSC® CERTIFIED TRAINING
Tigrett Corp. is certified to teach Everything DiSC®, a personality assessment that helps you understand yourself and others, saving your company time, energy, and money.
What Others Are Saying
Prior to attending this half day training, I heard nothing but positive feedback from professionals who had attended other training in the past that the programs were EXCELLENT!! I am pleased to announce that the "Lessons from Eisenhower and D-Day" leadership workshop was OUTSTANDING. I look forward to attending future workshops, and I will make sure that they are more than a half day in length. The presenter’s knowledge of the subject matter was second to none and the information presented was relevant to my career as a manager in the United States Judiciary.