August 28-30, 2023
August 30-September 1, 2023

Great Falls, Montana

Join us in Great Falls, Montana.

Using the perilous Lewis and Clark Expedition as a historical backdrop, this program focuses on leading into the unknown future. As leaders, we often have no idea what obstacles await us. We can’t yet define or clearly see what is waiting for our discovery and our courage that which will bring new opportunities, possibilities, challenges and visions.

This still unknown future will change the way we do business and with whom; how life is lived and how personal success will be achieved. How will you lead into this future?

Pivotal themes of Imagining a Different Future, Portaging into the Unknown and Creating a Lasting Legacy come alive in this 2.5 day program. Meriwether Lewis and William Clark’s 1804 expedition into uncharted territory provides an optimal context for leadership discovery.

The events of the Lewis and Clark Expedition with the Corps of Discovery provide us today with insights and examples of:

  • Shared leadership and mapping new territory for others to follow
  • Thinking and preparing how to go into the unknown
  • Combining strengths, learning from differences to build one of the greatest teams in history
  • Succeeding through clear and effective communication
  • Leading self and others for resilience
  • Confronting and dealing effectively with ambiguity
  • Making critical decisions in uncertainty
  • Embracing odd, new possibilities
  • Mapping new territory for others to follow
  • Ensuring a lasting legacy for future generations

Join us as we embark on our own journey of discovery at one of the important locations along the expedition route - view an ancient buffalo jump, tour the Missouri River and visit the first spectacular Great Fall. Experience these great leadership lessons through the eyes of Lewis & Clark and their intrepid team.

Please contact Leslie Hilton at 303.721.3215 for more information.

Who is this program for?

This program is designed exclusively for board members and C-Suite executives

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