The Situation Room Experience: Leadership Challenge
Challenge your team to a three hour event highlighting communication, decision making, critical thinking and crisis management.
The realistic training scenario immerses high-achieving, goal oriented professionals in an international crisis scenario based on presidential history and primary source documents.
This simulation demands a high level of performance as participants assume the roles of the White House crisis management team, members of the intelligence community, and the media all facing multiple challenges in real time.
The Situation Room Experience: Leadership Challenge (SRELC) operates as a renowned corporate and federal training event that takes place in the real interior of the 1961-2006 White House Situation Room. The two main parts of the Situation Room were moved to the Ronald Reagan and George W. Bush Presidential Libraries after being used by six United States presidents and their closest advisers.
Today those rooms house a simulation that has attracted high level participant groups from across the globe, including the FBI, the United States Coast Guard, UCLA Santander's W50, NBC Universal, and more.
Transport your team into a high-stakes, fast-paced arena as they face an international crisis based upon historical fact and National Archives documents.
25 - 37 executives assume the roles of the White House Crisis Management Team, members of the intelligence community, and the media. This three hour event blends the latest in technology with historic events and role-play to provide an exceptionally robust experience, not available anywhere else.
All fees generated support:
The Student Engagement Initiative, providing educational opportunities for high-need, low-resource schools.