In 2013, Jimmy Lee Dykes walked out of his house in Alabama, boarded a school bus, and abducted an autistic child. He then retreated into a bunker and contacted law enforcement with a list of demands. This Teamcast is about how the Federal Bureau of Investigations Hostage Rescue Team rescued that child. The recording does not name any of the agents involved and was done with the permission and support of the Federal Bureau of Investigation with the intent to show one aspect of the pressures and burdens that come with Modern Law Enforcement in America.
Please enjoy Preston's conversation with Jay Hennessey, focused on his perspective of developing both SEALs and Professional Baseball players, as well as the lessons he has learned along the way.
Jay is currently the Vice-President of Learning and Development at the Cleveland Indians (soon to be...
Please enjoy Preston's conversation with Dan Dworkis on "lessons from the ER and beyond on developing the tools it takes to succeed during emergencies and apply knowledge under pressure".
Daniel Dworkis is a clinical assistant professor of emergency medicine at LAC+USC and a medical officer for...
Please enjoy Harry's conversation with Professor Kate Stevens and Ben Pronk. Kate is a cognitive scientist and Professor in Psychology who’s work investigates humans interacting with each other, their environment, and with technology. Ben is a veteran and former Commanding Officer of Special Air...