LeadSimm LLC co-developed the TSWG strategic thinking model that provided a threat driven analysis of the risks associated with the crime of identity theft. The model was incorporated into a presentation before a group of 50 invited identity theft experts representing a wide array of stakeholders.

LeadSimm LLC also co-facilitated a day’s long data and information gathering session from which a “bottoms up” perspective for identity theft was generated. LeadSimm LLC co-wrote the National Strategy to Combat Identity Theft including the executive summary, strategy and legislative sections.


LeadSimm LLC provided training and assessment services to the City of San Antonio Airport Police. These services included a three level simulation training and development program to assess the airport contingency plan and its compliance with the National Incident Management System.

Four different simulation scenarios were developed and implemented to provide a common format for thinking about and planning for total organizational response. The four simulations included two LeadSimm Leadership Development scenarios, one functional exercise and one live in-field scenario. The final effort included a comprehensive data reconstruction and analysis effort and provided a final report in accordance with Homeland Security Exercise and Evaluation Protocols.


This program has been offered in over 70 US cities and was a result of the need to create a comprehensive approach to preventing and responding to terrorist threats on mass transit systems.Working with a team of experts LeadSimm LLC developed the strategic probability thinking, technology, defense in depth and a one half day counter terrorism leadership simulation modules.

Additionally, LeadSimm LLC has instructed in every one of the trainings and received consistently high marks for the quality of instruction and the relevance to the transit property issues. This program remains the only counter terrorism management course in all of the Department of Homeland Security’s training

LeadSimm LLC was selected by IBM to create a counterterrorism leadership development simulation for senior government executives of the Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA). The simulation was part of a comprehensive implementation of the U.S. Intelligence Community’s Five-Year Strategic Human Capital Plan.

LeadSimm LLC contributed significantly to the development of the Federal Transit Administration curriculum guidelines. We co-developed the strategic curriculum development process that was used as the basis for the guidelines and wrote the strategy and curriculum design sections.


The City of San Jose Advancing Community Policing Grant trained more than 700 members of the Police (all ranks including Deputy Chief) and community members in an innovative program that created a strong bond for collaboration and partnership among a diverse constituency.

The program was selected as one of the best leadership programs in America by the US Department of Justice.


LeadSimm LLC was contracted by the National Consumer’s League to help put together an Antiphishing retreat . Phishing is an internet scam designed to obtain identity information from unsuspecting victims for the sole purpose of committing identity theft.

LeadSimm LLC prepared and presented the concept of strategic thinking to the group of stakeholders representing a variety of organizations gathered to provide input to the retreat. Using the TSWG strategic thinking process LeadSimm LLC facilitated one of four groups of participants generating the “bottom up” input for the final report.

LeadSimm LLC developed and introduced the first-ever simulation based leadership development training for the Law Enforcement Executive Development (LEEDS) program at the FBI Leadership Development Institute.

In nine years, LeadSimm LLC trained approximately 1000 chiefs of police, sheriffs and senior law enforcement officials from selected departments in the US and the international community. The object of the training is to bulld greater leadership capacity and cohesion for communities in the event of major all-hazard incidents.

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