Inspector Jack Pachuta is a training and communications professional who has spent over 20 years working with a variety of clients on three continents.
Inspector Jack writes and facilitates Mystery Events and Mystery Seminars during which he ties investigations to such topics as team building, problem-solving, negotiations, communications, and interpersonal skills.
How Inspector Jack's Mystery Seminars work:
Developing the Program - Inspector Jack uses a program development questionnaire to identify your company's unique needs.
Establishing Objectives - Each programme is a one-of-kind-event, and Inspector Jack will develop specific goals and objectives that will determine the content of the seminar material.
Selecting Role Players - Individuals from your company are selected to play the roles of the key suspects. They are supplied with all information about their characters.
Formulating Teams - Teams are designated to work together during the mystery event.
Reviewing the Information - Each person is given a personalized Casebook by Inspector Jack that contains important information and clues about the crime.
Planning the Work - Using the Casebooks, team members develop plans for solving the crime.
Conducting the Investigation - Suspects are introduced and made available for questioning. Teams must use sound communication techniques and interpersonal skills to acquire as much information as possible.
Reacting to Changes - Additional unexpected critical information is provided to the teams, changing the dynamics of the event.
Arriving at Solutions - After all information has been analyzed, teams reach individual solutions about the crime, the motive, and the situation.
Processing the Information - The actions of the teams during the mystery are processed, tying them to the objectives established for the Mystery Seminar.
Planning Action - Individual on-going action plans are developed to enhance both the learning and the impact of the Mystery Seminar.
Inspector Jack Pachuta is based in Cedarburg, Wisconsin but has hosted his seminars worldwide.
If you would like Inspector Jack to contact you to discuss your requirements, please complete the form below.
Or if you don't need a corporate team-building event, Inspector Jack can just run your murder mystery party for you.
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Step 1 - Go to Choosing a Game to choose the game that suits your party best.
Step 2 - Review the Tips for Hosts for helpful advice.
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Step 4 - Once you've had your party - tell me how it went! Click here to tell me your murder mystery party story.
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