During the course of operations, teams uncover information which provides them what they need in order to conduct their final mission! Our highly decorated U.S. Special Operations Forces consultants from the Green Berets, Delta Force, Navy SEALs, and Rangers will train your corporate teams how to use combat proven planning processes to develop your mission and vision - all while experiencing communication difficulties, personnel changes, and mission realignment in a volatile, uncertain, complex, and ambiguous environment. The Mission 6 Zero model, focusing on the six steps of the decision making process (Situation, Mission, Execution, Service & Support, Command & Signal, Debrief) will empower you with a new skillset that will help you know yourself, know your team, seek growth, and drive ROI when you return to your office.
Employees must compete as well as work together, to process, plan, and brief an operation. During the exercise, employees are taught specific skills and methodologies to overcome challenges and operate as one cohesive unit– skills that they will take back to the office to improve production and maximize profits!
Each employee on the team has an individual role and responsibility which ultimately effects the collective mission of the unit. Each team is competing against every other team in order to complete the mission first and report their results. However, teams will be unable to accomplish their planning process if they are unable to cooperate with and receive information from their competition. Teams are taught the after action review process and required to debrief the entire unit (all teams) at the end of the mission. At that point, based on performance, teams are given supporting missions in order to accomplish the overall mission.
THE ONLY EASY DAY WAS YESTERDAY
Teams prepare for the final mission by conducting infiltration via one of the following options: by foot, horseback, ATV, Helicopter, or Solo Sky Dive (after level I certification and with our instructors). Once infiltration is complete, teams must work together in a simulated combat immersion scenario in order to accomplish their mission. Mission 6 Zero instructors are relentless as they serve as enemy combatant role players. Employees must manage chaos and communication difficulties in order to overcome the fog of war and complete the final mission.
After the mission is complete, no matter success or failure, Mission 6 Zero instructors will call endex, which means the mission is complete and we are now in administrative mode. Teams are then provided a thorough after action review debrief with Mission 6 Zero role players and all employee teams on site. We then transport all participants via shuttle bus back to our Mission 6 Zero compound where participants are provided an opportunity to shower, relax, and socialize while we prepare our final BBQ meal. At conclusion, employees are shuttled back to the airport and leave with a renewed sense of purpose, enthusiasm, and skillset that will transcend previous performance.