Adaptive Leadership Symposium Greenville Tech, Greenville South Carolina

Tennis balls being passed around, how do we get it done quickly and efficiently? Deserted Island your stranded and can bring five items. What will those items be? This is how the Adaptive Leadership Symposium begand its lessons. Don Vandergriff using these simple games developed trust and cooperation betweeen approximately 40 individuals from various professions. You could see the intial uncomfortableness change to that of determination as communications opened and individuals began to take intiative to complete the assigned task.

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The year was 1863; December 13th, the setting is Fredericksburg, Virginia. The bloodiest ground in North America is where one of the most valuable lessons on cover and concealment was learned. There, the union, preparing to cross the Rappahannock River. This was a planned attack on the city where 75,000 confederate soldiers sat on a line of hills to the left in particular, an area known as Marye’s Heights.

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Law Enforcement and Security Consulting Inc have become licensed by Gary Gagliardi and the Science of Strategy Institute and can now teach the philosophy of the Art of War to our clients. Gary Gagliardi is recognized as America's leading expert on the strategic principles of Sun Tzu's The Art of War.

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