How to Leverage Our Content for Your Team
Here at The CP Journal, we’re often asked how protectors can leverage our content to make it effective and actionable for teams of people within their organization. More specifically, they are looking at how best to take the education of an individual person and scale it to a larger team and, in some cases, their entire organization. Because of the frequency of this question, we’ve outlined some of the most popular ways here. If you have other ways that you’re scaling our content out to your entire team, please let us know so that we can share that information with the rest of our audience and empower even more people to learn the skills that we teach.
First and foremost, many organizations purchase our online Tactical Analysis Program® for their entire team. The benefits that our clients see in using our online course for their teams is that they know they can trust that everyone is seeing and hearing the same message, that individual team members can view the content on their own time and re-watch any modules as often as they like, and that leaders can see where there were deficiencies during the training that need reinforcement as an after action review. We offer organizational pricing and dashboards for leadership, making it more cost-effective and easier to get everyone on their teams trained efficiently. Dashboards are customizable report cards that we share with team leaders to see who has been set up with access and who has completed the program. They also display course results to track how well everyone did on the quizzes and tests throughout the program.
If this is beyond the scope for your team, many organizations make Left of Bang: How the Marine Corps’ Combat Hunter Program Can Save Your Life, a required reading for their teams. The book, co-authored by our co-founder, Patrick Van Horne, serves as the basis for our training programs and much of our content. The book typically costs between $12 and $18 per copy on Amazon and, for teams looking to purchase copies in bulk, we suggest going directly to the publisher to make the purchase. By having everyone read the book, leaders can ensure that everyone is on the same page with the methodology involved in behavioral analysis and steps to make behavior recognition and decision-making a part of operational processes. This seamlessly allows your team to build your own internal training program based on the book’s contents.
As a third option, The CP Journal’s Blog is completely free and contains a wealth of resources for people to read and absorb, then build their own training program and supplemental materials to improve these skills. We also offer white papers, content outlines, and descriptions in our Behavioral Library, where you can read more about our concepts, course structures, success stories, and research to enhance your current behavioral analysis program. These resources are free to download, and we often hear from teams that they like to print out materials, use the content in team meetings, and then build internal processes based on our language, aligning our methodology with their own organizational requirements.
These are the three most common ways that we hear organizations are using our content to help their teams improve their skills in behavioral analysis. As I mentioned, we would love to hear from you regarding how you are scaling our content as well, as your strategies may be helpful for our other readers, clients, and followers. Please never hesitate to email us directly at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions or feedback.