Our Process

We provide a customized solution to Leadership Development, with specialized emphasis on resiliency training as our core. We utilize such tools as Myers Briggs, Lean & Six Sigma, as well as other specialized leadership development tools. Some information regarding these tools is provided below.

Myers Briggs

The Myers Briggs Type Indicator® instrument and knowledge of personality type are used by many organizations, large and small.

Myers Briggs Type Indicator analysis can be introduced into an organization to support many different functions and situations, including:

  • managing others,
  • development of leadership skills,
  • organizing tasks,
  • creation and management of teams,
  • training for management and staff,
  • conflict resolution,
  • motivation,
  • executive coaching,
  • diversity,
  •  recognition and rewards,
  • and change management.

Myers Briggs Personality Type Indicator Chart:

Lean and Six Sigma

The methodology and concepts that are learned when using this approach can help to improve the efficiency and productivity of any organization when applied.

Lean Six Sigma provides a systematic approach which reduces waste in the value stream. It not only covers defective products, but all types of defective work. It identifies defects, overproduction, inventories (in process or finished goods), unnecessary processing, unnecessary movement of people, unnecessary transport of goods, waiting, and designing goods and services that do not meet customers’ needs.

Gettysburg Senior Leadership Certification

Modeled on the U.S. Army Staff Ride, a technique used to train officers in leadership and decision-making, the experience lets participants see and feel, as no history book or mere lecture can, the challenges that faced commanders during three pivotal days in our history.

  • How leaders can make the right calls amid murky, ill-defined conditions, incomplete information and high pressure
  • The intricacies of decision-making in very large organizations, and how culture affects what’s possible
  • How successful leaders share their vision for success and reduce the possibility of misinterpretation
  • How leaders develop imagination and courage in themselves and others
  • Why character is a central element of leadership