“In thirty years of service, I had spent more than five years in Army schools and three years in graduate schools including Harvard University, primarily studying the art of leadership. In addition, the Army gave me plenty of opportunities to practice what I had studied by allowing me to command Army organizations from a platoon of 30 to a division of 30,000. What could Teamalytics possibly teach me? Well, at least I am not too old to admit how absolutely wrong I was.
Those three days were, without exception, the best leadership training I ever had. Bar none. I left rejuvenated as a leader, confident of our team and its strengths, knowledgeable of my own counter-productive behaviors, and most importantly, with a total buy-in for our senior leadership social contract to act as a template for our personal interactions and pathway to even greater successes in the future.”