Being an investor is hard – especially if you are also a director. Learning to take your seat as an investor and as a director can trigger some of the most deeply-held negative beliefs about yourself. Sitting as a director, you can feel responsible for a company’s performance while simultaneously feeling completely uninformed about what’s really going on, triggering anxiety and aggression.
Over this long weekend with Team Reboot, we’ll work to uncover your authentic leadership style and teach practical skills for managing the array of feelings that can be triggered–all in the name of helping you become the best investor/board member/supporter you can be.
To read more about the past VC Bootcamps, here are a few posts that serve as great recaps:
Reactions To The First Reboot VC Bootcamp – Brad Feld
A bunch of VCs went on a retreat. Here’s what happened. – Steve Schlafman
Reboot – Rob Go
Keeping it Real – Josh Guttman
You + 15 other VCs and angel investors will be led by Team Reboot – Albert Lee, Dan Putt, Jim Marsden, Andy Crissinger, Anita Hossain, and Kate Saber – through a rigorous weekend workshop @ The Reboot Retreat Center in Boulder, CO.
January 23-26, 2020.
Boulder, Colorado. You will be staying at the Niwot Inn in Niwot, Colorado, just 15 minutes from downtown Boulder, and 5 minutes from Chez Feld. A shuttle from the Inn will take you to Chez Feld and back.
The cost of the workshop is $10,000. (You’re on your own for flight & hotel & transport to the Niwot Inn.)
Registration closes at midnight October 15, 2019. Payment will be due upon notification of acceptance of application to reserve your seat. There are no refunds for this bootcamp.
Eligibility & Fit
Are you eligible for the VC Bootcamp? Here are some basic requirements:
Is Bootcamp a fit for you?
If you’re solely coming to network with other VCs, drum up business, party, or only solve the practical pragmatic problems in your business, Bootcamp is not for you.
Bootcampers are ready to transform their lives and leadership…
On the fence if Bootcamp is right for you? Read what our alumni have to say about the importance of the camp, here.
If this sounds like you, then begin the application process.