The Afterburner Seminars: FLEX Programs

The Afterburner Seminars: FLEX Programs


Team building with Afterburner means hands-on experiential learning with takeaways your team can begin using right away, focused on being a global leader in flawless execution. Composed of a group of over 70 former, elite military professionals turned business consultants and speakers. Their cutting-edge keynote, seminars, and team building are world renowned. They can take messages and customize it around their flawless execution methodology.

The Afterburner Seminars provide a half-day interactive training program that exposes your team to the Flawless Execution Cycle through an exciting experiential learning format. The Flawless Execution Cycle is a simple, scalable and endlessly repeatable process that helps individuals, teams and organizations rapidly adapt to change and improve execution and learning. Participants will utilize their learning in a simulation where each member is assigned a unique role requiring their involvement in order to create a common challenge for their entire team to debrief against. Consequently, the scenario develops teamwork and coordination. At the end of the day, participants will be equipped with tools they can immediately apply in their teams. This is the only team building program on the market that can accommodate groups of 30 to 2000.

Global leader in flawless execution

  • Local: $20,001 - $35,000*
  • US East: $20,001 - $35,000*
  • US West: $20,001 - $35,000*
  • Europe: Please Inquire
  • Asia: Please Inquire
Afterburner Inc is a team of elite fighter pilots who help your team pursue flawless execution and take performance to the next level. The combination of sound organizational development and combat-proven methodologies has made Afterburner Inc one of the fastest growing training and consulting organizations in the country. The Flawless Execution Model is a proven process used by elite military professionals around the world to execute missions when the stakes are high and failure is not an option. Corporate success, like success in combat, depends on execution.