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Lead with Networks

Networks are essential to the development and success of leaders who look to navigate and seek a successful personal & professional balance within the marketplace. Research shows that those who move towards strong networks find the support, guidance, and connections to become a more powerful influencer and change agent within themselves and others. 

Women of Distinction: The Gettysburg Leadership Experience is a four-day program that integrates three central and distinct groups of women into the current Gettysburg Leadership Experience: the women from varied professional backgrounds (cooperatives, corporate, government, military, and educational), women leaders who currently shape the Gettysburg community, and the female historical protagonists who responded in the time of crisis during the Battle of Gettysburg. 

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If our open enrollment dates don't work with your schedule or you are interested in a quote for a custom program for your organization (12+ participants), please contact john.regentin@fccsconsulting.com.

The custom modules and case studies selected for the program focus on key behaviors, lessons, networks, and leadership skills for participants at all leader levels. It is through this intentional design, a facilitative approach, coupled with pro-active reflection and powerful dialogue where participants can incorporate impactful learning opportunities into their own leadership style, and explore their journey with others as they look to balance their career and personal ambitions.

Target Audience: Open enrollment for individuals new to management to those leading leaders

Registration Fee: $2,750

Registration includes networking receptions, meals (breakfasts, lunches, breaks, dinner one evening), battlefield tours and transportation with Licensed Battlefield Guides, instructors, facilitator, five learning modules, learning venue, journal, battlefield map and attendee gift.


GENERAL ITINERARY

DAY 1 – DYNAMIC DISCOVERY & DEFINE YOUR STRATEGIC ADVANTAGE

Learning Excursion: Visit the Gettysburg National Military Park and the Heritage Center Museum 
Gain the full perspective to lay the foundation and grasp the challenge ahead.

Anticipatory Leadership

Case Study: The High Ground 
Discover how to leverage your experience and landscape to claim your high ground. 

DAY 2 – TRANSFORMATIONAL OPPORTUNIES

Transformational and Transactional Networks

Case Study: The Left Flank
Discuss the balance and importance of vision and opportunity with an emphasis on establishing strong networks.

DAY 2/3 – THE POWER OF THE NETWORK

The Dual Role of Leader and Follower

Case Study: Historic Main Street
Leverage the duality of your role as it relates to your personal and professional trajectory.

DAY 4 – THE PAST, PRESENT AND FUTURE

Predictable Surprises: Managing Colliding Perspectives

Case Study: The Moment of Decision
Reflect on your experience, the leadership lessons and how to prepare for the next steps.

Hear what others are saying:

"The Gettysburg Leadership Women of Distinction program is an amazing experience. Networking with like-minded professional women from across the country, while learning historical examples of leadership displayed on the Gettysburg battlefield and throughout the town was very impactful. The lessons helped me dive deep into my own leadership journey. The feeling of being right there on the battlefield and seeing key points throughout the town solidified the lessons discussed, and truly brought history to life."
"I was very lucky to be at this event with a team of people from my company. This gave us a chance to grow as a team and give us an understanding and foundational relationship that we can build on to help take our company to the next level. What we learned and experience at Gettysburg will give us a framework and port of comparison that we could not have without this event."

“In a world where networks are more important than hierarchies, power goes to the connectors. The best leaders leap over silos and across organizational, geographic, and sector divides to align others behind their agendas. They think “outside the building” to form coalitions for change, built on a foundation of respect, and trust.” 

Harvard Business Review, March 2020

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