History as a Management Tool
What does it take to get a team working together for a common goal?
How does a manager do so while also coping with a rapidly changing business environment, new technologies, and increased competition?
Using history as a platform, these and other issues vital to leadership in the modern workplace form the core of a series of highly successful management workshops used by corporate, government, and non-profit organizations.
The choice of workshops is as varied as history, itself. Each program is designed to address issues critical to today’s world, from team-building to leading organizational change. The Civil War provides an excellent foundation for leadership case studies, such as the popular Lessons from Lincoln workshop. Programs are also designed around the leaders and battles at Fredericksburg, Gettysburg, and Antietam.
Likewise, Lessons from Lewis & Clark, Lessons from Little Bighorn, Lessons from the Sea, and Lessons from Eisenhower and Churchill each explore how great leaders successfully handled demanding situations, with participants learning how to apply these methods to their own workplaces.
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