3 Keys to Developing a Strong Church Security Team
By: Great Heights Nigeria
Lagos State, Nigeria
Nov 29 - 29 Nov, 2014
The role of the chief security officer (CSO) or the security manager in Churches and Christian organizations in Nigeria is getting more demanding as the security requirements in the nation gets more intense. We have been dealing with terrorism and kidnapping for the past few years and now we have Ebola to contend with. Security teams in Nigerian churches are doing a lot but they will be required to do even more as various unforeseen factors come to play in their local churches, regionally, nationally and globally. Equipping and building the capacity of your security managers is mandatory in this climate. This course will not only empower your managers it will transform your security team.
Every door has its own key, the secret to developing a formidable security team lies in discovering and applying the right keys. “3 Keys to developing a strong church security team” is the key to making your church security team efficient and effective.
- Key 1- Perception is everything: How to manage what your people see. Great leaders always paint great pictures of the destination for their people. When your people have confidence in you and your vision they will follow you. You will learn how to formulate, develop and deploy a winning vision to your team.
- Key 2 – People on your team: who is on your team? “Team work makes the dream work” but if you have the wrong people on your team you will struggle to perform efficiently. We will be dealing with your recruitment policy, your staff or volunteer vetting procedure and others in this section
- Key 3 – Proactive teams: Plan, Prepare, Position Church security teams need to be at least 3 Steps ahead of the criminals, they need to be proactive. Being proactive involves thinking and acting ahead. Attendees will learn how to plan ahead and implement their security strategies successfully.
Who should attend?
The course will be of immediate benefit to those working as chief security officers, head of security departments, members of security committees and others in similar capacities.
Facilitators: Dr Tunde Ewedemi: He was the CEO Great Heights Training UK and currently the CEO of Great Heights Nigeria (and CrimeBusters Nigeria). He has 15 years experience in the security arena, delivering security management consultancy services and security train the trainer courses to organisations in the UK, Middle East and Africa. He has successfully worked for various organizations including Canary Wharf in London, Metropolitan Police in London, Qatar Gas in Doha, Qatar, The Redeemed Evangelical Mission – TREM HQ (Lagos, Nigeria) and others. He currently delivers security management and counter terrorism training for churches across Nigeria. Dr Ewedemi is the editor of Security Briefing, the security management newsletter for chief security officers in Nigeria
Venue: National Orthopedic Hospital Igbobi Guest House, Igbobi, lagos