Jay Irwin, CEO of CBST Adventures, talks about the power of community impact events, and the story behind our "Hands of Gratitude" prosthetic hands team building experience.
CBST Adventures' CEO Jay Irwin recently wrote an article for Colorado Meetings and Events magazine. Jay's article is titled '3 Keys to Better Engaging Your Employees' and Jay discusses some unique strategies to help address low engagement rates faced by employers today. The digital version of Colorado Meetings and Events [...]
We're excited to announce that at our Community Camper team build event in Keystone, Colorado, Cargil, a global food provider corporation, donated $13,000 worth of outdoor camping gear to Keystone Science School, an outdoor-driven science program for youth! This is an incredible act of generosity and social impact that we [...]
In this latest edition of CBST Adventures' article share, we are sharing a recent article from the Harvard Business School discussing culture change. The article follows a case study of Dr. Reddy's, a 33-year-old global pharmaceutical company. Dr. Reddy's CEO, G.V. Prasad, shares his first-hand account of how he brought [...]
People don't often think that 'keeping it real' and being honest with themselves leads to increased gratitude and content. Yet, sometimes we just need to lift our heads up and open our eyes to see what's truly going well in our lives. CBST Adventures' CEO Jay Irwin shares this realization [...]
CBST Adventures and CEO Jay Irwin were recently featured in an article in the Daily Camera newspaper. The article focuses on an interview with Jay and discusses how CBST Adventures is changing the landscape of leadership development and team building for companies in the Rocky Mountain region and beyond. Be [...]
CBST Adventures’ CEO Discusses Book ‘Team of Teams’ and How It’s Lessons Came to Life Through White Water Rafting
In this latest vlog from CBST Adventures, CEO Jay Irwin discusses some of the teachings from General Stanley McChrystal's book Team of Teams and how a white water rafting adventure brought to life a key lesson from the book for one company.
No matter how many employees your company has, it probably doesn't have an abundance of leaders. At least, not yet. Such is the reason for providing leadership development opportunities to employees. Northwestern's Kellogg School of Business shares this opinion in their recent article titled 'Four Strategies for Cultivating Strong Leaders [...]
People often think as leadership as just a skill that they need for work. They simplify leadership as merely a concept that will make them a better manager, help them get a promotion, or land that raise they've been wanting. But what it leadership was about more? What if leadership [...]
Entrepreneur Magazine Discusses How Making Leadership Development Available Company-Wide Increases Pipeline of New Leaders
In a recent article, Entrepreneur Magazine talks about how to develop leaders for the future, so that when your current leadership moves on or turns over, the company is well prepared, with a new crop of leaders in-house. Check out their article titled '4 Ways to Develop the Leaders You'll [...]