Leadership lessons from the Gettysburg Battlefield

lessons that were learned in early July of 1863 are still pertinent today. The battle that was not supposed to happen, occurred in the heat and humidity of the small farming community in Pennsylvania

lessons that were learned in early July of 1863 are still pertinent today. The battle that was not supposed to happen, occurred in the heat and humidity of the small farming community in Pennsylvania

We are coming up on the 159th anniversary of the battle of Gettysburg. The lessons that were learned in early July of 1863 are still pertinent today. The battle that was not supposed to happen, occurred in the heat and humidity of the small farming community in Pennsylvania. The decisions that were made, and not made on the fields, in the woods, and crossroads of Gettysburg changed the direction of the US Civil War and the history of the Union. Join Dr. Kelly Garrett (Retired US Army Colonel) as we discuss leadership lessons from Gettysburg.

Baker’s Dozen book of the month: “Think Again”

As the world changes, we too must change with it. In this month’s book “Think Again” by Adam Grant, we explore the notion of rethinking what we know not only in a particular instance but as a continuous practice in everyday life. Everyone should strive to break the rigidity of our minds seeking mental agility, to remain relevant and become better practitioners, leaders, and humans.

Todd DeVoe
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