Change, Leadership, And Tippecanoe

Next week I’m delving into change and leadership. I know—boring and old-hat, right? Wrong, at least wrong when you use an historical example and dig into the real-world guts of it.

My topic will be the Battle of Tippecanoe of November 7, 1811 and the events surrounding it. I’m taking my attendees through the experience in a very unique manner.

This historical River will show us these perspectives on change and leadership:
The evolution of your decisions into active resources

  • The link between goals on the horizon and events on the ground
  • The effect of different leadership styles and leadership angles
  • The well-defined present shifting into an undefined future
  • The startling face of diversity

The echoes of a cold, wet, and dark November morning will be heard 201 years later.