"Having Thayer Leadership work with our organization was a memorable and valuable experience for our players, coaches, and front office. With interesting concrete examples from the faculty’s own experience, he was able to demonstrate how the military develops a leadership culture, and got us thinking about how we could incorporate this into the Reds culture. With the credibility of his military experience and character, he challenged players to think about their own views of leadership. It was a unique and enriching experience, and the effects of his visit will positively influence our organization. "
— Jeff Graupe, Director of Player Development
"Most important things leaders do: 1) accomplish the mission 2) take care of their people"
Colonel James M. Johnson, Ph.D.,(USA, Retired, USMA 1969)