LESC WORKSHOP: Workplace Violence Prevention Adaptive Strategies

LESC Instruction for Businesses

Workshop: Workplace Violence Prevention Adaptive Strategies Most of us spend our lives in the solitude of peaceful work and social environments, the way American life should be. Yet every so often someone decides to take out their frustrations on the world and commit an act of violence that appears random and shocking. Our everyday norm puts us in a complacent mindset, unaware of our surroundings and ignoring the signs and signals of danger nearby.

Knowing what to look for and acting on what we see and feel is unusual behavior, that could lead to violence is a critical skill to posses in today’s world—We should not be paranoid about such events; a relaxed state of awareness, adaptability and good sound decision making is the answer to detecting, deterring, disrupting, resolving and preventing violence. Learn the adaptive strategies necessary at this workshop!

TRAIN TO MAKE A DIFFERENCE! - Fred Leland

Fred Leland’s Workshops utilizes the method of experiential learning to build student experiences using the “recognition primed” decision making process. The programs of instruction consist of four primary pillars and include the use of: (1) a case study learning method; (2) tactical decision games; (3) free play exercises; and (4) feedback through the leader evaluation system. The LESC programs of instruction unify the approaches above in accomplishing LESC learning objectives, which include:

  • Improving one’s ability to make decisions quickly and effectively;
  • Making sense of new situations, seeing patterns, and spotting opportunities and options that were not visible before;
  • Becoming more comfortable in a variety of situations;
  • Developing more advanced and ambitious tactics; and
  • Becoming more familiar with human capabilities, employment techniques, and other technical details.

NECN Broadside: Fred Leland Interviewed on Workplace Violence Prevention Strategies

 

Instructor:

Fred T. Leland, Jr. is the Founder and Principal Trainer of LESC: Law Enforcement & Security Consulting (www.lesc.NET), and a certified instructor on firearms, terrorism prevention and response and prevention and managing violent encounters. His focus is presenting training seminars to law enforcement, military, public and private security professionals. More on Fred’s Bio

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Contact:

Fred T. Leland Jr.
Founder and Principle Trainer
Law Enforcement & Security Consulting
Phone: 508-298-2023
fred@lesc.NET
www.lesc.net/blog
www.lesc.NET
www.linkedin.com/in/fredleland
www.Twitter.com/lescnet
www.facebook.com/fredleland

See attached flyer on the workshop bellow:

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