That effective organizations have effective leaders comes as no surprise. Getting there is the challenge. That’s why we design our programs to navigate the crossroads faced by both individuals and organizations as well as aspire to their goals. Our role in creating leaders centers on systemically creating value within an organization by redefining what true leadership is and does. We train individuals to better themselves – and, in turn, their teams – transforming their approach to organizational collaboration. Within this framework, leaders become a powerful tool within their companies, activating a game-changing performance culture in clear reach of its goals.

Knowing that the complexities of leadership often plays out beyond the organization itself, TLDG programs also focus on the burgeoning need for leaders to operate more effectively across multiple constituency groups in restrictive legal, regulatory, and changing environments. Graduates of TLDG are smart, nimble, decisive, and adaptable – and create differentiation in their world, and ours, by acting opportunistically, intelligently and above all, ethically.

We do this through three distinct paths:

Custom Programs — Fostering leadership and culture creation within organizations through precision-built agendas designed to help master the challenges and goals unique to that group. Read More +

Open Enrollment — Exclusive battle-tested programs rich with core leadership principles and interactive experiences for those who want proven and practical tools to be a more effective and inspiring leader. Read More +

TLDG Online — A unique and engaging learning experience that brings TLDG at West Point into the virtual space so you can interact in a collaborative environment, accessible from anywhere in the world. Read More +


To learn more about our programs contact us at 1.800.247.5047, ext. 7998

"The fear of failure is the main factor that prevents people from taking risks, which is unfortunate. I think it's good to fail at times. When you don't achieve the goal you set out for..."
Alison Levine,(University of Arizona, 1987)
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