The Business Obstacle Course
How LEAP works:
This interdisciplinary event is formulated specifically to give your companies the all-around business boost they need to take their team to the next level. LEAP incorporates obstacles from 10 different aspects of business, from the first pitch, to continual growth in sales. LEAP is designed as an education first event where participants first learn about each skill. Then, each obstacle has a small challenge associated with it, and third participants are asked to apply each new skill directly to their business. Below is a break down of each step.
The first step in each of our 4-step obstacles is learning. We’ll have workshops lead by experienced entrepreneurs and industry experts to teach participants the most important growth skills.
The second step in each of our 4-step obstacles. After participants learn the new concept (that’s step 1), they’ll execute that new skill. We’ll give them a challenge to put that skill to use immediately so participants can see how it works in real world. Knowledge is worthless if you can’t use it. That’s why we’re putting their knowledge to use as soon as they learn it. No textbook is going to do that.
After participants learn the new concept (that’s step 1), and execute that new skill (step 2), it’s time to adapt. We’ll get participants to put that skill into the context of its direct use in the participants’ business. The value of continual learning is where the rubber hits the road – getting that new knowledge into the business so it can actually be used. This interdisciplinary event is formulated specifically to give participants the all-around business boost they need to take their team to the next level.
P- Put It To Work:
The fourth step in each of our 4-step obstacles. After they learn the new concept (that’s step 1), execute that new skill (step 2), and adapt it to their business (step 3), the last step is to actually implement the new skill. You’ll be leaving LEAP with implementation plans for each of the obstacles. Participants will have covered a wide spectrum of know-how for building their business. Step 4 is putting it to work in the real world. Get out there and do it!