Our leadership programs teach participants how to apply George Washington’s leadership qualities in the modern workplace.
Our sessions touch on a variety of topics ranging from leadership to collaboration, each with their own distinct set of actionable takeaways.
Citing specific examples of George Washington’s military and political career, this session will explore the on-going dynamics of strategic development and highlight the importance of Washington integrating leadership, management, and strategy.
Washington and these other great leaders manifested eight common characteristics in leading during times of crisis and change, ranging from visibility and communication to planning and collaboration. This popular session will explore examples of these traits during the times of crisis each of these outstanding leaders faced, which remain relevant today.
This session will explore Washington’s effective leadership based on his great character, integrity, and ethical behavior in the service of his country. This session shows the relationship between modern models of character-based leadership and Washington's early example.
This program focuses on Washington's approach to building, leading, and managing teams. This session utilizes examples from his time as Commander-in-Chief of the Continental Army and as our first president when he established the executive branch of the Federal Government. This program, while using examples from the past, focuses on Washington's relevance to modern concepts of team building and leadership.
Washington’s success as a general and as our first President was greatly informed by his success and experience as an entrepreneur. As a farmer, miller, distiller, and shipper, he learned the requirements for production, marketing, and finance.
Note: Session durations are typically 1 hour and are facilitated by Leadership Institute Faculty.
Tour George Washington’s estate and his presidential library. See rare documents, books, and items from our collection.
Decide the fate of a young United States as you take on a leadership role in 1790s Philadelphia.
Step into the shoes of the first president and commander-in-chief and choose how to lead during times of historic crisis.