Harvard Business Review examines what factors really develop good leaders (and it doesn’t happen through classroom curricula). Their research shows leadership skills transfer to the workplace when they’re taught experientially. The key is to create experiences that build emotional circuits through trying and working through new problems so that when people are back in the workplace setting, they’re able to recall those moments and skills.
We believe the best way to simulate this kind of skill-building is through adventurous experiences in natural and urban settings. See how we create experiential leadership programs here.