The Steps in Team Building Murder Mystery Training . . .
Developing the Agenda - Client team building needs are identified to focus on specific requirements.
Establishing Objectives - Goals and objectives are developed to determine the content of the team building training material.
Selecting the Suspects - Staff members are selected to play the roles of the key suspects and supplied with information about their characters.
Formulating Teams - Investigative teams are designated to work together during the investigation.
Personalizing the Information - Each person is given a personalized Team Building Casebook which contains important information and clues about the case.
Planning the Work - Using the Casebooks, team members create complete cohesive plans to guide their activities during the team building training.
Conducting the Investigation - Suspects are introduced and made available for questioning. Teams must utilize sound team building, communication, and interpersonal skills to acquire and interpret the data.
Reacting to Changes - Additional unexpected critical information is provided to the teams, changing the dynamics of the event.
Solving the Case - After information has been analyzed, teams reach individual solutions to the case.
Processing the Event - The dynamics of the teams during the investigation are processed, tying them to the objectives established for the Team Building Murder Mystery training.
Taking Action - Individual on-going action plans are developed by participants to enhance both the learning and the impact of the Team Building Murder Mystery training.
Following Up - Regular reinforcement and supplemental team building material is scheduled to continue the impact of the training.