Boardroom to Battlefield
The mission of Boardroom to Battlefield is to provide a unique venue for leadership training and development to small companies and corporate 100 and 500 executives using direct applicability of the lessons in leadership from historical battlefields to the corporate environment of today. We offer HR executives new opportunities to further hone senior managers’ skills. Our philosophy is to provide a first class, “Military War College”, type event that can’t be found or matched by competitors. We do this with a professional staff that takes care of the client from the moment they arrive at an incoming airport until the moment they leave. It is also done using renowned historians and former senior military leaders that work exclusively with our company.
The battlefields are alive today in that they teach lessons to us all. Technology, demographics and politics may influence how wars are fought to some degree, but all wars share the same characteristics that Soldiers and civilians alike must understand if they are to make informed judgments about the nature and character of today’s and tomorrow’s conflicts. The battlefield also teaches you timeless lessons about the human dimensions of conflict. War is the most complex of all human endeavors and the fear of violent death and the burden that comes with leading men to their death heightens and illuminates how leaders and led relate to each other in time of crises.
We will meet with you to understand your approach to leadership and your priorities for developing your team then we review with you what issues you want to address… change management, communication, execution of strategy, delivering more from less, decision–making under pressure, then we show you how Boardroom to Battlefield will address your leadership challenges, on a field of battle, using strategies to improve your team’s business performance
Our Staff Rides are more than just a battlefield tour. The battlefield is a metaphor for the world of today and tomorrow, whether the context is military, corporate, cultural or personal.
Colonel (Ret) Jack H. Pryor