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Military lessons for team building and leadership development in business.

Military Lessons Relevant to Business team building and leadership development.

Complexity and uncertainty in a post GFC world continues to pose new challenges to individuals, teams and organisations. Military and commercial leaders have a great deal in common when it comes to making clear and effective decisions amidst such increasing complexity.

Recently prestigious publications such as The Harvard Business Review and Fortune Magazine have extensively featured military examples and insights on leadership, teamwork, team building and decision making.

Sabre has been using high end military themed events, programmes and workshops since 1988 to impart such military lessons to business via some of our best themes and approaches (e.g. Strike Force, Battlespace, Executive Warfare Centre and Fighter Force).

Major corporations continue to see the value in looking through the lens of military leaders to seek new tools and approaches for making good decisions and executing well under pressure from within and without the organisation.

Sabre has a wide range of effective and “business friendly” insights into military decision making, design thinking, planning, execution, team building and de brief for inclusion into our events or high end programmes, events and keynotes.

Learn the business relevant secrets from Manoeuvre Warfare and masters of strategy such as Clausewitz and Sun Tzu in a dynamic and enjoyable format.

We recently delivered our Battlespace approach to a banking senior leadership team alongside the guys from Neuro Power. They work with Neuro Limbic Types (amongst myriad other approaches) to explore the process of how Cognitive Bias can impact decision making.

As a result of this successful collaboration Sabre is proud to announce that we can deliver powerful Sabre approaches with added insights from the Neuro Power team for clients seeking a deeper understanding into how the nature of their brain chemistry may impact their behaviour and decision-making within teams.

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