The Gettysburg Leadership Experience:
September 27-29, 2013
Leadership and Decision Making Under Extreme Conditions
The Battle of Gettysburg, July 1-3, 1863, is the largest and most importatn battle ever fought in North America. It is widely believed to be the turning point of the Americal Civil War. Today it is one of the most visited and hallowed places in the nation. President Abraham Lincoln's Gettysburg Address is considered one of the most important and well known speeches in American history.
The Leadership Staff Ride transforms the battlefield at Gettysburg into an outdoor classroom to educate modern law enforcement leaders. The issues of command and control, logistics, communication, strategic planning, tactics and leading in times of stress transcend time and place as issues important to leaders of law enforcement organizations. This outdoor training exercise will give law enforcement leaders and opportunity to regain focus on the fundamentals of the profession, courage, fortitude, perserverance and selflessness - as well as gain a greater appreciation of the sacrifices made on the rolling hills of south central Pennsylvania for hte sake of the Nation more than 145 years ago. CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD BROCHURE