Not Your Average Team Building Exercise

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We are aggressive and relentless, and we will teach your team to be the same. Our curriculum includes leader development, public speaking, core values and ethics, and strategic through tactical planning. We host outdoor adventures to challenge and grow your team, and to reinforce the special operations leadership lessons.

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The Intrepid Difference

Proven Experience Leading Elite Teams. See How Intrepid Makes a Difference In Your Organization.

The Intrepid Leader Development Curriculum is mission-driven, resulted-oriented, and team-focused. Intrepid will motivate and inspire your team to crush obstacles, maximize potential and live honorably.

Featured Training Events

What To Expect:Intense camp with vigorous outdoor activities to build team bonding and teach teamwork skills. In addition to physical activities, there are trials and tests that will challenge your mind and encourage problem solving with teammates. We will also have professional lectures that will teach team building and team work.

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    Boys Leadership Camp (ages 15-17) 06/18/2018 - 06/22/2018Vicinity Louisville, KY Register
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    Girls Leadership Camp (ages 15-17) 06/25/2018 - 06/27/2018Vicinity Louisville, KY Register
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Meet The Team

The team at Intrepid Leadership group is made up of military veterans and special operators ready to train your Corporate Executives, Military Officers, Senior/Junior Enlisted, Athletic Teams and High Performing Teenagers

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    Kurt Buller

    Intrepid CEO and President

    As the founder of Intrepid Leadership Group, Colonel (Retired) Buller is dedicated to optimizing individual and team performance through intense leadership training, critical feedback, and consistent coaching enabling others to meet their full potential personally and professionally.

    Colonel (ret) Buller served 23 years in the Air Force as a Special Tactics Officer where he held multiple commands including the 21st Special Tactics Squadron, 24th Special Tactics Squadron and the 720th Special Tactics Group and led combat operations in Afghanistan, Iraq and Pakistan, Combat Search and Rescue missions in Bosnia, Peacekeeping operations in Somalia and Counter-Drug missions in Colombia. Colonel (ret) Buller is a Master Parachutist with one combat jump into Afghanistan (2001), a combat diver and graduated the Army’s Ranger School as the Merrill’s Maurader’s Leadership Award recipient. He retired from active duty in 2014.

    Colonel (ret) Buller earned his Bachelor of Science from the United States Air Force Academy and a Master of Public Administration from the University of Oklahoma. He is a graduate of the Army’s Command and General Staff College and served as a Senior Fellow in the Irregular Warfare Department of the US Navy Post-Graduate School.

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    Eric Buller

    Executive Associate

    Dr. Eric Buller currently serves as the Director of the Harry T. Wilks Leadership Institute at Miami University in Oxford, Ohio. He is a graduate of the United States Military Academy and served for 20 years as a commissioned officer in the U.S. Army. He served for three years as a Chair in the Department of Behavioral Sciences and Leadership at West Point and led the General Psychology for Leaders program.

    Following retirement from the Army, he served as the Deputy Chair of the Army ROTC program at East Carolina University. While at East Carolina, he served on the Chancellor’s Leadership Advisory Council, chaired the College of Health and Human Performance Leadership Development Committee and authored a Leadership Development Framework which was implemented by the University.

    At Miami University, he leads the Wilks Leadership Institute with responsibility for development and implementation of campus-wide leadership development programming and initiatives. Dr. Buller earned a Masters Degree in Educational Leadership from the College of William and Mary and the Doctorate of Education in Higher Education Administration from the University of Kansas. His research interests are in “Grit” (a measure of persistence), learning styles, leadership development and strengths-based leadership.

    He is a member and Faculty Advisor of Omicron Delta Kappa, the National Leadership Honor Society. He coaches the Miami University Boxing Club and is the President for the National Collegiate Boxing Association, a non-profit national governing body. Dr. Buller is also a Gallup Certified Strengths Coach and conducts individual and team coaching as well as strengths-based workshops for students, faculty and staff, community leaders and corporate leaders. In that capacity, he also advises the Miami University Athletic Department on student-athlete leadership development and works directly with several intercollegiate athletic teams.

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    Mark Roland

    Executive Consultant

    Colonel (retired) Roland retired in September 2007 after 30 years in the US Air Force, his last assignment serving as the Commander and Professor of Aerospace Studies, Air Force ROTC Detachment 290 at the University of Kentucky. Mark graduated Miami University, Oxford, Ohio, as a four-year ROTC cadet and was commissioned a Second Lieutenant in May 1977. He served as a Navigator and Instructor Navigator in the B-52D and was the Wing Air Weapons Officer in both the B-52 and B-1 wings. Colonel Roland is a Master Navigator with over 2700 hours of flying time in the T-37, T-43, B-52D, B-52H and the B-1B.

    Since retiring he has served the youth of central and eastern Kentucky as a volunteer Scout Leader and District Executive with the Blue Grass Council, Boy Scouts of America. He initiated the National Youth Leadership Training program in the Blue Grass Council serving as its course director for nine years. This program focuses on leadership, ethics and character development with an emphasis on servant leadership for 13 to 18-year-old Scouts assuming greater leadership roles in Scouting.

    Colonel (retired) Roland and his wife Barbara, also an Air Force veteran, have two children; Erica and Matthew, an Air Force Captain who was KIA in Afghanistan in 2015, and posthumously awarded the Silver Star for Valor.

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    Ben Self

    Field Trainer

    Ben Self earned his commission in the United States Air Force through AFROTC at Clemson University in 2005. He spent 12 years on active duty in Air Force Special Operations with the majority of that time spent as a Special Tactics Officer. He deployed to both Iraq and Afghanistan in support of special operations missions in OIF and OEF. During his deployments, Ben attached to U.S Army Special Forces and U.S Navy SEAL teams as a Joint Terminal Attack Controller (JTAC) responsible for calling in airstrikes against the enemy.

    Currently, Ben is the Director of Business Development for an advanced technology company out of Los Angeles, California. The company specializes in making equipment for special operators and other Department of Defense clients.

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    Wes Brooks

    Field Trainer

    Senior Master Sergeant (retired) Wes Brooks entered the United States Air Force in 1990 and retired in 2014. After graduating basic training, he was hand selected to attend one of the most difficult training pipelines in the Department of Defense, Air Force Special Operations Combat Control. Overcoming a more than 90% attrition rate and a 1.5-year pipeline, Wes graduated Combat Control School and became a Combat Controller assigned to multiple joint special operations teams world-wide with multiple combat-deployments as a Joint Terminal Attack Controller. His awards include a Bronze Star and Combat Action Medal,

    Since his retirement from the military, Wes has become a Special Operations Field Developer, testing, training, and preparing future warriors. Whether volunteering at his Church, Veterans hospital, Habitat for Humanity or Disciples in Arms, his commitment to serve others remains a top priority.

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