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BATTLEFIELD REVIEW – 008 Little Bighorn – August 8-10, 2023

EF BATTLEFIELD REVIEW – 008 Little Bighorn

One-day historic staff ride, plus small group classroom instruction to teach past lessons to current leaders with the opportunity to plan the application of the principles to leadership problems of today. Limited to 45 participants.

BATTLEFIELD 008 Little Bighorn –

August 8 | Arrival – Registration / Dinner / Introductions / Overview of Little Bighorn

August 9 – 10 | EF Battlefield 

Interested in hosting a Battlefield Review for your team? Contact us at inquiries@echelonfront.com to get more information about our corporate Battlefield Reviews.  

Limited to 45 Participants.  

Investment: $4,450/attendee  

Ticket includes all necessary equipment, transport to/from hotel to Battlefield site, and the following meals:  

Registration: Dinner 

Day 1: Breakfast, lunch & dinner 

Day 2: Breakfast & lunch 

*Airfare, lodging and ground transportation to the hotel not included. 

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Overview | EF Battlefield Review

The military has long utilized battlefield reviews, commonly referred to as ‘Staff Rides,’ as a means to develop their leaders. Staff rides are a unique method of conveying the lesson of the past to present-day leaders, both military and private sector, for current application. EF Battlefield Review – Little Bighorn is a one-day tour of a historic battlefield plus a half day of small group instruction to reflect and plan the implementation of the leadership principles.

Participants walk through key successive battlefield locations (known as “stands”) where they receive an overview of the historical situation from a subject matter expert. The EF Team will then facilitate a discussion regarding the leadership theme related to current business challenges and implement practical application exercises to help participants understand how to implement the leadership principles on their own battlefield — limited to 45 participants. 

Results | EF Battlefield Review

The experience is intended to bring to life, on the very terrain where historic encounters took place, examples, applicable today as in the past, of leadership tactics and strategy, communications, use of terrain, and, above all, the psychology of all people, in battle, business, and life. 

 Investment: $4,450/attendee 

Ticket includes all necessary equipment, transport to/from hotel to Battlefield site, and meals. 

*Airfare, lodging and ground transportation to the hotel not included. 

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EVENT HOTEL

Little Bighorn

Double Tree by Hilton 

27 N 27th Street, Billings, MT 59101 

What does “staff ride” mean?  

A historical term that means conveying past lessons learned within current day context. 

Location? 

Event is outdoors on a historical battlefield. Guided tour and small group breakout sessions at each ‘stand’.

 Format?  

Combined field and classroom training provided. 

What is included in this ticket price? 

Ground transportation throughout the tour, lunch on both days, and dinner on the first night. 

Little Bighorn Recommended Information to review:

TESTIMONIALS

This course has absolutely changed my life. The leadership lessons shared by Jocko, Leif, Jason, and Steve overlapped perfectly with the lessons-learned at Gettysburg. The applications to personal and professional life can’t be overstated. 

 

This was a truly unique experience and a great opportunity to connect with proven and developing leaders to discuss how the decisions and events that took place on this historical battlefield still apply to situations business leaders face today. 

 

This event completely exceeded my expectations. I have never experienced an event like Battlefield before…Leadership lessons brought forth from the battlefield of Gettysburg by the EF team and made applicable to my personal and professional life will never be forgotten. Next year I’m bringing my entire team! 

 

“The EF Battlefield is a perfect platform to demonstrate how leadership decisions, good and bad, can mean the difference between winning or losing… or life of death. I can’t recommend this event enough”.