TOPIC: Managing police performance is an important part of policing in the 21
st Century. Coaching is an important addition to a law enforcement supervisor's arsenal of skills. The ability to help others achieve their personal and organizational objectives is a critical competency in today's law enforcement profession. Coaching skills can be applied across the organization at all levels, whenever goals are established and people need assistance in achieving them.
In the corporate business world, coaching has become the key to managing people. "Our people are our most important asset" is not a trite slogan; it is a fundamental truth. People make your organization, and people who are world-class learners make your organization great. Leadership starts at the top but it doesn't stop there. Everyone in the agency can develop the skills needed to lead.
This class provides reality-based principles and strategies for supervisors - including corporals, sergeants, lieutenants, and seasoned supervisors who want to make a difference by encouraging and inspiring line officers to achieve personal and organizational goals.
If you are looking for a supervisory class that focuses on the need-to-know "how to" rather than the nice-to-know theories, this is the class you've been waiting for!
- Leadership and Coaching in 21st Century Policing
- Leadership Matters: Transformational Leadership Can Enhance Emotional Health.
- In the Law Enforcement Profession there is no room Toxic Police Leadership
- Developing Partnerships: Build Trust and Understanding.
- Educate: Develop an on-going educational program that can change and save lives.
- Grow Skills: Build new competencies to ensure people know how to do what is required.
- Inspire Commitment: Build insight and motivation so people focus their energy on goals that matter.
- Encourage Honest Communication: Develop Listening skills to hear, assess and better understand.
- Develop de-escalation skills to better serve people in crisis
- Promote Persistence: Build stamina and discipline to make sure learning and ethical decision making equals doing the right thing.
- Shape the Environment: Build organizational support to reward learning, to remove barriers and seek assistance when needed.
All members of the criminal justice and legal community. Training is especially valuable for all first-line supervisors in the criminal justice field.
Ingham County Sheriff's Office
630 North Cedar Street
Mason, Michigan 48854
- DATES & TIMES:
Friday, March 2, 2018
Class starts at 8:00 AM Sharp - and ends at 5:00 PM (EST)
Business casual attire
Includes instruction, class materials, and certificate of completion
Cancellations and Substitutions:
- Upon submission of this registration, participants are responsible for payment of this course.
Please note that if you do not attend, you are still responsible for payment.
- Substitutions may be made at any time by phone, e-mail or online at the registration site.
: CLAUDE A. PICHARD, Training Force USA