Become a Leadership Giant

The Leadership Training Center, located at Giants Ridge, in Biwabik, MN is an excellent place to bring your team together and increase performance. Utilizing the amazing natural environment and unique amenities, True North will create customized team development and training programs that will get your team to the next level.

THE FIVE BEHAVIORS OF A COHESIVE TEAM is an assessment-based learning experience that helps individuals and organizations reveal what it takes to build a truly cohesive and effective team in the most approachable, competent, and effective way possible. Powered by Everything DiSC®, the profiles help participants understand their own DiSC® styles. Bringing together everyone’s personalities and preferences to form a cohesive, productive team takes work, but the payoff can be huge—for individuals, the team, and the organization.

Endurance Leadership

Endurance Leadership is our signature program, delivered by owner, Jerritt Johnston. This unique approach to leadership promotes long-term, sustainable impact, and values the individual’s need for growth and balance.

Endurance Leadership combines stories of struggle and triumph and gives participants opportunities to reflect and learn together. It combines lessons from adventurers, endurance athletes and individuals who have shown resilience and perseverance in their personal lives.

This is a highly interactive and customizable workshop. Great for audiences of all ages and sizes. Participants will leave energized and motivated with specific tools to help them achieve greater success.

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What is DiSC?

DiSC is a very simple—and memorable—model made up of four basic styles: D, i, S, and C.

Everyone is a blend of all four DiSC styles—usually one, two, or even three styles stand out. Unlike simple personality tests, there is no perfect DiSC style. Since each person has a unique behavioral profile, people are walking around all over the world with different styles and priorities. We believe that these differences are extremely valuable. Once you assess these differences and harness their value, you’ll have better workplace communication AND healthier organizations. (Who doesn’t want that?!)