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Overview

​For three tumultuous days in 1863, Gettysburg was the backdrop for one of the Civil War's most dynamic encounters. Decisions made, opportunities missed, passions sparked and conversations avoided changed the course of our country. Today, this historically sacred setting is the site of a powerful, soles-on-the-ground program designed specifically for electric cooperative directors that looks to those leaders, lessons and legacy with a clear, contemporary purpose: to set the stage for you to prepare for your greatest challenges.

Designed for relevance and directed by seasoned guides and instructors, this program takes experiential learning to a higher level. This multiday course examines the leadership styles, decisions and principles displayed by military leaders before, during and after the battle. Through classroom discussion, video illustrations and visits to the Gettysburg battlefield, participants will learn how to apply these timeless leadership lessons to current organizational situations and challenges.

KEY TOPICS
  • Anticipatory leadership
  • Change leadership
  • Transactional and transformational leadership
  • Difficult leadership conversations

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You have the opportunity to take this course at:

NOTE: Please check each event's schedule to see what courses are being offered.

CREDITS

NRECA – 2 credits

CEU – 1.2 credits

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