Practical De-escalation Training
Does Your Staff Need Conflict Resolution and De-escalation Training?
Do you and your staff have the skills and confidence to deal with a difficult person? I’m John Riley, a retired police officer, and I will bring 20 years of practical conflict resolution and de-escalation experience to help you and your staff develop the skills and confidence to deal with a difficult person, and prevent a volatile situation from becoming a critical violent incident.
Thank you so much for your time and experience equipping RTLC Safety and Ushers with real life practice and shift in mindset. We’ll be in touch soon to schedule a 2017 training!Taia Wagoner
It was great! Very informative. And the correct way to handle most situations. Just don’t smile!Rich Slavicek
John’s training at our facility was outstanding. John spent a lot of time explaining the formula for successfully de-escalating an incident and provided a realistic and constructive environment to practice what we learned. I highly recommend John’s program for any organization who wants to provide their staff the necessary tools to navigate dealing with difficult situations or people.Jon Fey
I attended John’s seminar for the first time and it was AMAZING. I have experience in this field and still learned a lot. The program and info itself is top notch. Add to that John’s style and Charisma and this is a high caliber learning experience. From the lecture phase to the practical, it was engaging and made you want to be there. I highly recommend this program and can’t speak highly enough of John. Great Job, John!Shane McLean
Excellent training at Res Life this past weekend. Solid, practical teaching and then, super, get your “calm” tested scenarios. I recommend this “Gentle Response De-escalation” for everyone, especially those who encounter people.
Accept the ability to be light and a peacemaker and practice the art!Mike Kemple
Just wanted to thank you and your crew for the training at Pathway church. The tips and simulations were very helpful in putting my mind in a state of readiness. I’m glad I attended the class, it was a good experience.Scott R.