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SOCO / CSI training
Our crime scene investigation training will throw your staff into realistically-created crime scene scenarios through which important, often complex staffing issues can be explored, facilitating a shared learning experience that will stimulate a long-lasting, collective working attitude in the workplace.
Our staff are skilled practitioners and communicators and with over 25 year's in practice, we have a wealth of experience applying the principles of forensic investigation in the workplace helping managers in businesses of all sizes to develop their staff, identify leaders, and build and get the very best out of their teams through training tailored to their needs. So enter the crime scene ...
No two crime scenes are ever exactly the same, yet all need to be processed in ways that lead ultimately to the correct recovery and preservation of physical evidence. Do something wrong, and the evidence is likely to be lost, and worse still, the perpetrator gets away with crime. There is but one opportunity to get it right, and the pressure to achieve this outcome can be significant. Throw in to this scenario the mix of people, their personalities, attitudes, and skills, and the need for each to work effectively with those who may not see things quite as they do under demanding conditions and non-ideal circumstances, and the scene is set for some interesting group dynamics.
In the workplace, training is about helping individual people gain deeper knowledge (about their own role/job, and that of their colleagues) and new skills to help improve their performance and contribution at work, whereas development is more about helping them take on new duties and responsibilities in preparation for (sometimes before) a change of role or promotion as part of career development. Given that effective teams will almost always outperform people working individually, it becomes essential for managers to foster a culture of effective collaboration by building teams that work well together, to understand the many issues that can get in the way, and to deal with them. Such issues include ...
  • Decision Making
  • Dealing with Mistakes
  • Dealing with Conflict
  • Dealing with Poor Performance
  • Working under Pressure
  • Recognising Limitations
  • Handling Uncertainty
  • Leading by Example
  • Rewarding and Motivating Colleagues
  • and many more
  • Effective Collaboration
  • Lateral Thinking
  • Problem Solving
  • Communication Skills
  • Taking Responsibility
  • Challenging “The Management”
  • Understanding the Chain of Command
  • Prioritising Tasks
  • Goal Setting
  • Managing Expectations
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