Lessons in Leadership: Battle of Antietam
About the course
ALL STUDENTS MUST MEET AT THE ACADEMY. TRAINING OCCURS WHILE ON THE BUS IN ROUTE TO THE BATTLEFIELD.
BUS LEAVES SHARPLY AT 0700. WEAR COMFORTABLE CLOTHING AND SHOES - WALKING INVOLVED. LUNCH PROVIDED.
This interactive, day-long course takes the classroom to the field through a visit to the Antietam National Battlefield. The instructor will identify and illustrate key leadership characteristics through the actions of actual Civil War leaders. The interactive discussion also demonstrates the importance and impact of effective communication, decision-making and teamwork, using both positive and negative examples. The actions that they took and the results that followed serve as powerful, moving lessons for those in positions of leadership today.
Led by Paul Marcone, this promises to be a great day on the battlefields!
Please note that the return to the Academy at 1530 is an approximate time based on traffic conditions and the amount of time spent at the Battlefield so each participant is encouraged to plan accordingly.