Red Team Goal Maneuvering is a new way of making goals happen. Most people set goals, but then give up on those goals when something bad happens.
Mike Tyson once said, “Everybody has a plan until they get punched in the face.”
That’s where Red Team thinking comes into play. A military Red Team is a group that examines, tests, and attacks installations, procedures, and programs to look for weaknesses. Then those weaknesses can be addressed or avoided.
That’s what we do with goals.
Red Team Goal Maneuvering is available as a keynote presentation or a more intensive workshop with an exciting field application experience.
550 Team Building is based on the principles of “Utilizing Small Team Tactics in Business”.
A length of military grade 550 paracord is made up of a 32 strand that contains 7 strands. Each strand has a weight capacity of 50 pounds, but together, as a single unit with the sheath, the entire cord can handle 550 pounds.
Wait…7 x 50 only equals 350 pounds, right? You’re right, the math doesn’t add up. That’s the beauty of small teams inside a larger organization. They provide a strength that is greater than the sum of the parts.
Dr. David Powers operated as a Senior NCO in military and Federal service and is an expert in the utilization of small teams in pressure tested environments when bullets are flying. Let him help you see how small teams can transform your organization.
550 Team Building is available as a keynote presentation or a more intensive workshop with an exciting field application experience.
Surviving the Zombie Apocalypse
Zombies are at the forefront of pop culture society in everything from comic books and television series to big budget action films.
Do they really exist? Well, not exactly like the movie version of the animated undead, but we do see creatures like them in our offices and businesses at times. The problem isn’t just our colleagues though. It also affects larger operations.
Preparing for the worst can help us appreciate and navigate the present. This tongue-in-cheek seminar on apocalyptic survival methods will both entertain and educate listeners as it blends lessons from epidemiology, emergency preparedness, medicine, and personal combat.
My Wife Hates Me, My Kids Don’t Know Me, and I Think I Have a Dog
There are seven key areas of life that we all experience or should if we only made the time. Instead of balancing our lives as we should, we all spend too much time somewhere to the detriment of the other areas in life. It could be work, hobbies, education, or anything that takes too much priority.
For many of us it usually happens to be work. This imbalance has an impact on all parts of our lives and can cause disastrous consequences. It endangers our relationships, our success, and even our own lives.
Find out what it means to balance your life for maximum enjoyment and hopefully get back to knowing those people you call friends and family. Think about how it could make everything better at work, at home, and at play.
My Wife Hates Me, My Kids Don’t Know Me, and I Think I Have a Dog is available as a keynote presentation or a more intensive workshop experience. There is also a book available that is based on the presentation.