After the action...
Leaders, first responders, warriors, teams of chaplains, mental health professionals, & their families, need support so they can do it over again.
AARs, Facilitated Discussions, & Debriefs
Refresh Ideas, Spirits, Teamwork, & Strategies
Schedule Dr. Red Shoe
to facilitate your after action support is vital
Working teams of first responders, warriors, chaplains, medical and mental health professionals are there when we need them. Dealing with trauma, grief, loss, change, tempers, and suicide takes its toll. Processing event impacts enhances resilience, performance, and growth for individuals and teams.
Dr. Red Shoe uses playful humor to address even the toughest situations. Combat the compassion fatigue that reduces response performance and wellness. Put lessons learned to good use. Discuss what works, what doesn't, and brainstorm solutions together.
- Update skillsets
- Refresh mindsets
- Bolster effectiveness
How-to Plan & Conduct
After Action Reviews, Town Hall Meetings, Facilitated Discussions,
Run effective meetings. Learn what to do had how to do it; what to say to whom, when, where, and how.
- Before a meeting
- During a meeting
- After a meeting
- Practice in a fun way what not to do and what to do
Run Effective Meetings
VIrtual, Hybrid, & OnSite Meetings
After action support is viral. Learn how to plan and conduct effective After Action Reviews. Learn communication strategies needed to:
- Assess what happened
- Identify why it happened
- Explore better approaches
- Practice the steps needed for an effective AAR
Dr. Margarita Gurri is by far the most dynamic speaker I have had the privilege of working with. Her patriotism is unparalleled and her love for our country and those who serve to support it shine through in every aspect of her engagements. The common-sense approach to tackling daily military challenges is inspiring. The feedback we receive from our attendees demonstrates that connects, relates, and inspires service members and families alike. The passion for our Military shine through in her presences as well as her presentations!
—Susan Hare, Warrior & Family Support Regional Coordinator