Description: The primary purpose of the training is to equip our work force how their decisions impact everyone they are work with, lead or supervise. What we often find in our fast paced culture is that we are driven to make quick decisions because the situations may call for it. However we fail to realize the impact of those decisions. What I have recognized and concluded is that often times when individuals are involved in a highly stressful situation, their emotional intelligence is impacted and greatly diminished. During this phase of diminished EQ they have a tendency to make mistakes which can comprimise their safety and the safety of others. I have been training Negotiation Teams for the past ten years and slowly I find myself training Crisis Negotiators on the importance of how their decisions can impact others. This workshop is specifically teaches how to increase a person’s decision making capabilities to create a safer environment for everybody involved. I developed a model and a method on how to increase a person's level of success during any decision making process. I share specific real world experiences where I have used these techniques, however, I also cite cases where emotional intelligence was greatly diminished.
Guest Speaker: Supervisory Special Agent Arvinder “Vinny” Ginda is currently assigned to the Sacramento FBI Office located in Sacramento, CA and is a member of the FBI Hostage Negotiation Team. He speaks four languages (Punjabi, Hindi, Urdu and English) and graduated from Sacramento State University with Bachelors in Psychology, Associates Degree in Social and Behavioral Science, and Associates Degree in Criminal Justice. Vinny served as a Police Officer, Deputy Coroner, and Detective in Northern California for approximately 10 years prior to joining the FBI. Vinny has experience in Domestic and International Kidnappings and also in handling hostage situations within the United States. He has taught hostage negotiations courses in the United States and several foreign countries and has traveled all over the Middle East, South East Asia, and most of North Africa conducting work related to his current profession.
Doors open at 7:30am. Breakfast will be served at 8:00am. Program concludes at 10:30am.
Cost is $10 if payment is recieved 1 week prior to the event. $10 Late fee.
Program Level: Basic
Advanced Preparation: None
Study Method: Group-Live