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CRIME SCENE

KEY BENEFITS

  • Does your team have what it takes to perform under pressure and crack the case?
  • In Crime Scene every little detail counts, but then business isn’t any different.

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FOCUS AREAS ARE...

  • Crime Scene is designed to test a team’s ability to rise above overwhelming situations.
  • The teams learn how to look at overpowering situations and break them down into simpler parts, thereby creating order and structure.

OVERVIEW

To create a clear picture of the goals and objectives, each part of the puzzle is dealt with to restore order. Any crisis situation that may arise in the workplace can then be handled.

The delegates arrive at the Crime Scene. They have limited time to solve the crime. They need to become crime scene investigators. Firstly they will observe the Crime Scene and make appropriate notes. They need to follow the/a forensic procedure to collect evidence. Perhaps they will be examining security tapes or conduct various laboratory tests to compile the profile of the perpetrator (shoe size, blood group etc.). During all the procedures, the main laboratory would have certain findings from the post-mortem of the victim. These results will be disclosed to the delegates. Slowly the pieces of the puzzle fall into place but they are racing against the clock before the next murder is committed.

The focus areas are on enhancing group communication (specifically around the divulgence of important information at critical moments), getting the understanding that a group is stronger than the individual and enhancing the ability to filter and select data that serves in the accomplishment of important goals.

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