Commissioned as an Army officer from Cornell University, Chris spent eight years as a pilot, flying the Kiowa Warrior armed reconnaissance helicopter. He deployed twice to combat in Afghanistan, most recently as the head of his squadron’s intelligence department in the 82nd Airborne Division. From Upstate New York, Chris holds a bachelor’s degree from Cornell in History and an MBA from the NYU Stern School of Business.
CORE stands for Conceptualization, Organization, Reconnaissance, and Execution. It is an action-oriented managerial framework derived from the Military Decision-Making Process (MDMP), a process used by the US military to solve tactical, operational, and strategic problems. CORE takes the essence of MDMP, simplifies it into fewer steps, and adapts it to non-military teams.
We invented and brought to market a proprietary, mobile obstacle course that can be set up nearly anywhere. With this invention we offer a series of thought-intensive obstacle challenges, the likes of which were previously unavailable outside of military installations. To this day, the only other places where this kind of training is offered are limited-access military bases such as the United States Military Academy at West Point or Marine Corps Base Quantico.
However, the obstacles are only one element of our uniqueness. Our curriculum, which is specially designed to reinforce the learning from the physical challenges, is based on the most cutting-edge theories in Learning & Development blended with a proven, military method of problem solving.
Together, the obstacles and the curriculum create an unforgettable experience for course participants.