Crime Scene Investigators Team Building with Prudential
Our Crime Scene Investigators Team Building named iCSI challenges groups to engage all of the attributes of an advanced team discussion including: challenging assumptions, defining terms, looking at facts and evidence, ruling out options, and building a persuasive case. Crime Scene Investigators Team Building can take many forms. We designed our version of this genre of team building to focus on proving a case against 1 of 4 suspects verses a “who-done-it”. This focus challenges teams to build a case against suspects using evidence. The key difference is evidence are more akin to facts, and building a case based on facts doesn’t allow groups to “check out” and make things up. Instead teams must actually work through cognitive dissonance and come out the other side with a better solution.
Prudential saw a direct parallel to the work they do determining risk and advising clients. The connection to the decision making process ignited this group to ask the right questions, and then apply this type of thinking to familiar scenarios back at the office. They rely on facts to build very precise risk evaluations that ultimately determine the profitability of the organization. This process is a skill that includes techniques, habits, knowledge, and experience developed over time. Like any skill it takes practice and perspective to keep growing and to keep form regressing. The TeamWorx iCSI Crime Scene Investigators Team Building was a unqiue way to give perspective and focus to the process of building a case, not only the result. Removed from the details, responsibilities, and pressure of day to day work, the process itself becomes clearer. The team can focus on what they do well and build on these strengths.
It was a fun day solving an international crime, and a leap forward in problem solving for these senior executives.iCSI Team Building