Revolutionize Your Business with Lessons from the Revolutionary War’s Largest Battle

Nation Makers depicting the Battle of Brandywine by Howard Pyle. The Brooks Group offers a management retreat, based on the lessons of the Battle of the Brandywine, that can be customized to any company’s focus.

Situated in the rolling hills of Chadds Ford Township lies the Brandywine Battlefield, where the largest battle of the American Revolution took place exactly 240 years ago, on Sept. 11, 1777.

What lessons can this battle, and the British campaign to capture the American capitol at Philadelphia, hold for your Leadership Team?

The answer is plenty.

The Brooks Group, based in West Chester, has designed an interactive management retreat to be customized to the specific focus you’d like to bring to your Leadership Team. Whether you desire to instill a concise, strategic planning process or enable your management to be better able to innovate with your business in the age of IT, the lessons of the Patriots on this day will benefit your Leadership Team.

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The program is delivered at The Brooks Group’s training center with a 2.5-day agenda that incorporates field visits to the Brandywine Battlefield and Valley Forge National Park. The flexible curriculum offers you several topics to choose for customized implementation with your Team, which includes but is not limited to:

  • strategic thinking and planning
  • value-based negotiations
  • effective executive communications
  • counter attack: seizing the initiative from your competition
  • driving innovation into your business
  • military leadership lessons for business
  • business leadership and leading through adversity

Day 1 of the agenda includes an interactive classroom program, guided tours of the Brandywine Battlefield (both on foot and by private helicopter), and dinner at the historic Blue Pear Restaurant.

Day 2 of the agenda includes an interactive classroom program, lunch at the historic General Warren Inne, and a guided tour of Valley Forge National Park.

The agenda concludes on Day 3 with an interactive classroom program.

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