For years, CSI: Crime Scene Investigation won the International Television Audience Award for being the most watched TV show across the world.
Due to its vast popularity, the show has dove into several spin-offs such as, CSI: Miami and CSI: New York. In addition to the CSI brand, several other shows have developed around this theme, like Criminal Minds and Cold Case.
If you have ever watched any of these shows, you then know that each investigation requires a vast team to work together and solve the crime. For the older generations there was Sherlock Holmes and Watson, and presently there are dream teams like Grissom, Catherine, Warrick, Sara, and Nick.
Together, investigators work with medical investigators, law enforcement, lab personnel, attorneys, etc. to solve the crime and nail the suspect.
Acknowledging the distinct team effort associated with Crime Scene Investigation, TeamBonding developed a program that replicates that same collaborative spirit in the program, CCSI: Corporate Crime Scene Investigation.
A UNIQUE TEAM BUILDING PROGRAM | CCSI
At the event, an actual crime scene is created for you and your team. Your group is divided into several crime scene investigation teams as they set out to solve the crime.
Each team will get to examine the crime scene, dust for finger prints, sift for clues, and find evidence to aid them with their investigation. Your teams will also receive supplemental information via investigation, autopsy, along with trace and ballistics reports.
After their investigation has been conducted, each team will have the opportunity to present their case for what happened, who, what, where, when and why. The presentation is as important as the accuracy of the crime!
If your team succeeds, you will feel ready to take on the role of Horatio Cruise with confidence that nothing can slip past you.
Benefits of this program include:
- Improves Awareness
- Decision Making
- Problem Solving
- Goal Mapping
- Presentation Skills
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