More and more companies of all sizes are bringing in self defense consultant to provide a much needed benefit for their employees and staff.
Business ranging from hospitals to real estate agents and from Fortune 500 companies to Corporate Aviation are seeing the need to add self defense training to there employees corporate wellness training.
More and more companies are adding the services of a self defense consultant to their company or department's employee training program. For them, it's just one more form of insurance to help guarantee the long term growth of staff and company alike.
Smart companies know they cannot afford to have one of their employess become a victim of violence - on or off the job site. Each player on the team is valuable, and important to the wellbeing of the team as a whole. Most companies take steps to keep their employees safe and healthy through health insurance, wellness program, and on the job safety training.
It's not just the right thing to do, it's good business to keep your employees happy and healthy.
Workplace violence, whether from within or coming from outside the company, can cause a significant increase in worker's compensation problems as well as damage to employee morale, confidence, and work-related stress. It can also cause you to lose some of your best people as they leave to seek out a safer and secure work environment.
"The Brutal Realities"…
I found that Reggie Jones’s course dealt with real life situations in a practical manner. His teaching deals with the brutal realities of confrontation scenarios and more than one attacker. It has given our team valuable and proven techniques that work for real and save lives. I can’t recommend this course enough. Volker Dempel - 24 April 2009 –
Depending on the topic or topics that you would like for your Self Defense consultant to focus on, you and your employees can expect to:
We Have Entered a New Era of Crime, Violence, and the Need for Emergency Preparedness
It required that we "wake-up" from our comfortable "sleep-walk" living and face a new threat to our peace and security. Even if you see absolutely no need for personal self-defense training to be added to your employee and staff training program... ... consider the broader scope of self-protection to include the ability to deal decisively with the "unknown" and the "unexpected."
...not to mention taking decisive action to make sure that you at least have a fighting chance for survival!
On Site Self Defense Corporate Training:
Reginald Jones is world renowned self-defense instructor. He will instruct a course as dictated by the needs of the corporation, supervisors, human resources and training department.